Nomiya, a new Japanese restaurant, has opened at Roosevelt Field Mall. Touting itself as serving up traditional Japanese fare blended with modern elements, according to a story in Long Island Business News, Nomiya was created by the founders of New York City’s Keki Modern Cakes known for its bouncy cheesecake.
Saddle up to the sushi bar where the chefs will create your rolls right in front of you or take a seat in the dining room that promises a “cozy city vibe while indulging on your senses as you sip on artisan crafted cocktails and small bites while enjoying modern beats from our state of the art sound system.”
On Yelp, Mani Zhaohan X, from New York City, gave Nomiya fice stars.
“Hidden gem in Roosevelt Mall,” Mani wrote. “Great choices for wines & sake. Good omakase pieces, delicious and unique hand rolls! Excellent service, will definitely come often.”
Catherine H, from Manhattan, said it is a “must go place if you are around Long Island and looking for fine dining.”
Location: 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, (516) 916-2923.