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Restaurant: Nomads
Offer: Earn 1 Asia Mile for every HKD2 spent (present your membership card when paying your bill)
Terms & Details:
  • Asia Miles can be earned on eligible transactions of between HKD300 and HKD10,000.
  • Asia Miles earned are based on the total amount spent, including service charges and taxes, but excluding tips.
  • Asia Miles cannot be earned on certain promotional menus during festive seasons.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
6-min walk from Exit B1, Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station
Telephone
2722 0733
Introduction
Nomads combines Mongolian style buffet with live entertainment. But this is no ordinary Mongolian grill - the freshest meats, seafood, vegetables, and spices. A casual, comfortable atmosphere makes Nomads the perfect place for birthdays, company dinners and more. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri: 12:00-14:30, 18:30-22:30 Sat,Sun & Public Holiday: 12:00-15:00, 18:30-22:30
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash
Number of Seats
80
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
Parking
Phone Reservation
10% Service Charge
Offers
Dine and Earn Asia Miles
Restaurant: Nomads
Offer: Dine and Earn Asia Miles
Earn 1 Asia Mile for every HKD2 spent (present your membership card when paying your bill)
Terms & Details:
  • Asia Miles can be earned on eligible transactions of between HKD300 and HKD10,000.
  • Asia Miles earned are based on the total amount spent, including service charges and taxes, but excluding tips.
  • Asia Miles cannot be earned on certain promotional menus during festive seasons.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Review (43)
Rising Gourmet 2016-08-23
240 views
平時食自助餐 正常係會去酒店不過今次同朋友創新d 我地試試蒙古自助餐其他主要我會分佢做兩個部分一個部分你可以DIY你既PIZZA將你中意既配料加哂上去記住唔好貪心 如果唔係就會太OVER嫁喇另一個部分其實都係DIY 可以DIY炒粉面看似普通 但係當你簡完配料後 師父會幫你炒 全部都係你中意食既配料 真係好正 continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
Trainee Gourmet 2016-07-22
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It's no wonder this restaurant is barely half full on a Friday night. Even mediocre restaurants are packed at this time so that already was an obvious red flag to what was to come. For a Mongolian BBQ restaurant it's fair to say that you would be expecting a feast with roasted lamb leg etc. You would be wrong, very wrong. In fact the whole experience is not Mongolian at all - the fake animal skins don't convince me either. There are three counters - , make-it-yourself mains and dessert. The mains consist of DIY pizza and DIY fried noodles/pasta. That's it!! So much for Mongolian cuisine let alone BBQ!I wish there was some saving grace but the "Mongolian" pizza was awful and I felt a bit sick afterwards. I heard the stir fried noodles were ok but why am I paying all this money for something I can get for $50?Dinner buffet - there is no a la carte - is $245 + 10% (which is rounded up) and they charge you an extra $1 for a "charity" - they never explained who this mystery charity is but it appears automatically on your bill. You want something to drink with your meal? Why not pay $48 for unlimited soda water! This place is misleading and a total rip off. The food selection and quality is extremely poor, made even worse by the ludicrous price. If you want to eat some good food go anywhere else on the same street. For the same price you can have a good meal and have change left to donate $150 to a charity of your choosing. The rating is one star only because I could give any less. Avoid. continue reading
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Veteran Gourmet 2016-06-07
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There was an advertisement of Café deco group promoting Australian Black Angus Sirloin priced at $88 in “Standard” . It emphasized that the beef was grass-fed and without Hormone/Antibiolic. It was the fairly price that attract me to try.In fact, Nomads only serves Mongolian buffet. Because of this steak promotion, it only provide this steak as a la carte.The inside decoration fitted the Mongolian cuisine as a whole. There were heads and skin of Lamb hanged on the wall. A piece of something like white fur cover steel chairs but as the fur layer was thin, the feeling was not soft at all while sitting on it.Looking around the café to see the decoration details, my steak was served.The portion of the dish was same as the photo on the newspaper. There was asparagus , a wedge of floury potato, cherry tomato and seems to me that it was pearl onion as the sides. Their flavours were alright but a bit greasy.I ordered medium rare for the Sirloin which was pan-fried. I appreciated that the plate was warm which could keep the meat lukewarm even eating at the end. As I took photos when the dish arrived, there was not enough time for the beef to rest. As a result , there was bloody liquid squeezed from the Sirloin when I cut it! I just simply added some salt to the Sirlon and I felt quite beefy. Though it was chewy texture as it was, it was not dry. As a whole, spent less than $100 at Tsim Sha Tsui and has such quality and service is worth to try.If meat or beef is not your favourite, try its Mongolian buffet. But choices was not too much and desserts like cakes were not attractive.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)