Nomad Group has opened the first part of its new venue Beau & Dough today, just a short stroll from Nomad. Part two of the venue, Beau Bar opens later this month with a seafood-heavy menu and wine-centric bar. The long-awaited venue is all about manoush — Lebanese flatbread doused in oil and za’atar in both sweet and savoury options and Australian wines.
Beau & Dough, Surry Hills
The opening menu includes all-day manoush with savoury toppings of labne, spiced lamb, Turkish sausage and sweet manoush topped with halva pistachio and honey. Breakfast manoush boards will be served with tomato, cucumber, pickles, labneh, sheep’s milk feta, olives and broken eggs. Plus expect a stacked lunch menu with more exquisite Lebanese options like a blue eye trevalla fish burger, kofta wraps, spiced chicken shawarma, Middle Eastern salads and the works. After some freshly roasted coffee? Beau has you covered with a special house blend, roasted by streetside cafe Single O.
“Beau has been a long time in the making. Al (Yazbek, NOMAD Group co-owner) and I couldn’t be prouder to open the doors and offer something new and exciting to Sydney’s incredible dining scene,” Rebecca Yazbek, NOMAD Group co-owner, said.
“Beau has your whole day sorted, from manoush to go, a sit-down breakfast or lunch in the laneway, or dinner and a glass of wine from our expansive and ever-changing list that focuses on unique and interesting Australian wines.”
Beau also comes with its own laneway, Fracks Lane, which connects Reservoir Street to NOMAD’s Foster Street. Beau & Dough is open from 7am until late, check out their website for details.