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Something New: Invent Your Own Gin at Nom Nom
All-new DIY gin bar, double your wine every Wednesday, PLUS: an all-new menu to share
Local-made speciality gins. Sweets and sours. Insta-worthy infusions. And carte blanche to come and design your own new favourite cocktail in the relaxed upstairs section of the original Nom Nom on Main Road in Somerset West.
“We’ve taken special care to have every single ingredient on our DIY gin menu perfectly balanced with each other. So no matter what combination you choose, you’ll always get flavours that complement and enhance each other,” says manager Heinrich about Nom Nom’s new gin bar.
NEW DIY GIN BAR: MAKE YOUR OWN
From Musgrave Pink Gin to Clemengold and Inverroche, Nom Nom has sourced only the finest gins for you to choose from. You create your own drink with a double shot of gin as your base. Complemented by a choice of sweet and sour cordials of your choice. Your choice of fresh fruit juice makes up the body. And then there’s a range of infusion-perfect botanicals and garnishes to choose from.
You’re invited to be as creative as you like. All the gin bar menu items are perfectly balanced, so you can’t go wrong.
NOM NOM GIN BAR: WHEN AND HOW MUCH?
The DIY Gin Bar is open every day from 10am–10pm at the upstairs Nom Nom wine bar – a great spot to entertain a few friends or spend a relaxing afternoon before dinner.
Gins are R85 per drink. They've also got various daily specials running from Tuesday to Saturday. There's something for everyone with Taco Tuesdays, Sushi Wednesdays, Cocktail Thursdays, Burger Fridays and Oyster Saturdays.
And you’re always welcome. Be sure to reserve a table so you don't miss out on their delicious menu and weekly specials.
ALL-NEW MENU AT NOM NOM
Come sample the all-new lunch and dinner, sushi and petit nom noms menus. Now available at Nom Nom on Main Road, 10am–10pm.
c/o Main Road and Coronation Avenue, Somerset West
+27 (0)21 851 6197
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