When was the last time you dined on Kazakhstani cuisine? An exciting new addition to the Singapore food scene, The Nomads features influences from countries along the Silk Road. That’s Kazakhstan, Uzebekestan, but also Italy. The Nomads is hidden behind a sliding door of juice bar Bee’s Island Drinkery (and there’s another hidden private room behind a Narnia-esque cupboard within The Nomads itself, too). A custom-built plancha is the focus of the small kitchen that lends the cooking technique and flavour profile to all dishes and is also a nod to Silk Road campfire cuisine. Twenty-two counter seats overlook the chefs prepping food. Choose from à la carte or really, because it’s all so exhiliratingly new, dive into one of the three tasting menus (reservation only), from the 11-course menu ($98) to the 17-course menu ($148) and 22-course menu ($188). Think Caviar & Kaya, Kazakhstani lamb samsa of raw lamb tartare and Beshbarmak, a modern version of Kazakhstan’s national dish traditionally eaten with your hands. Recommended!