Located in Gorham, NH; Nonna's Kitchen offers authentic made from scratch Italian cuisine in a cozy comfortable setting
Chef owned and Operated
Nonna's Kitchen opened in April 2017 and is located in what was once a barber shop on historic Exchange Street in Gorham. Named in honor of our families grandmother, we offer fresh authentic Italian cuisine in a cozy comfortable setting.
The interior with its' tin walls and ceiling is the perfect setting to enjoy a delicious Italian meal, in an atmosphere reminiscent of Nonna's house at Sunday dinner.
19 Exchange Street
Gorham NH 03581
Thur, Fri, Sat 11am - 2pm
Wed-Sun 4pm - 9pm
Thur, Fri, Sat 11am - 2pm
Wed - Sat 4pm-8:30pm
The type of experience this woman had is what continues to feed our passion for the business.
I'm Italian. And old. I stepped through the door, into the restaurant, into a time warp. The small room, tables and chairs ...the whole ambience of the room ....it looked like my childhood Sunday dinners with a big family. And today is Sunday. 18 people could be seated in this room....just about the same number at our family table back then. A lump formed in my throat. It grew bigger as I looked around at so many little familiar objects. Music was playing. Italian, of course. All familiar songs. But then a man's voice started to song " O Solo Mio"....sounded ,like my father's beautiful voice. As the mandolins played, I couldn't hold back the tears that quietly rolled down my cheeks. The lady who owns the restaurant, hugged me and we talked. And then i ate. Wonderful food, made properly Italian..just a little regional difference as the owner is from Abruzzi....my family from Campobasso..i had veal masala, my husband had the chicken. Portions are generous, the food delicious, and the service impeccable. Everyone who walked into that restaurant was smiling , and all were greeted like they were family. My divine ricotta pie with lemon, was no charge.....for the tears, maybe. Oh, the warm crusty bread is worth the trip alone. Food arrives hot. Waitresses are very attentive and accommodating. The chef made modifications, willingly, to accommodate my husband's tastes. If you're Italian, you'll feel ,like you came home, here. If you're not Italian, and you come here, you'll feel like you had a deprived childhood. Cannot recommend Nonna's Kitchen emphatically enough. Prices are very reasonable for the quality and items on the menu. Credit cards accepted, of course. So go have dinner with Nonna.
This place was amazing. The service was excellent as well as the food! They gave is a complementary appetizer and it did not disappoint, stuffed ravioli with butternut squash and maple syrup sauce. It was delicious! Even the chef came to see how everything was. I would recommend over and over again.
I have been going there since its inception. I am part of a group that ATV and snow mobile it that area quite frequently. All it took was one visit to win us over. Great food, great atmosphere, and great owners. When we plan our trip we start thinking of what we are going to order when we go to Nonna’s Kitchen, sometimes months in advance. I would recommend this restaurant to anybody.
June 10, 2018
We were staying in Gorham for the first time and needed a place to eat. I just googled restaurants around and choose to go to Nonnas Kitchen, best decision we have ever made! The food was fresh and delicious. The staff that was working were amazing! We weren’t sure how my 3 year old would be after a long day of travel and Story Land but they made us feel like family and she was fantastic. Thank you for making our stay wonderful. We will be back again that’s for sure!!
On February 16th, I visited Nonna’s Kitchen with my wife for the first time. It will not be our last time. This place is terrific. I was raised in an Italian family household. My family harkens from Siracusa Sicily. There are an awful lot of restaurants that serve pasta with some sort of a red sauce, but aside from Saladino’s (now closed), Nonna’s is the first restaurant that I found in Coos County that is authentic and true to the Italian heritage.
I ordered Escarole soup, and that soup at Nonna’s brought me back to my childhood. It had a great homemade chicken broth that was chock full of greens and tiny meatballs. Exquisite! I had the Mussels in a spicy red sauce, on linguine. There was a proverbial boatload of succulent mussels in a homemade chunky red sauce that was slightly spicy. The linguine was made fresh. The meal was outstanding!
The portions were more than ample. The dining room actually felt like I was sitting in an Italian Nonna’s kitchen. The price was very reasonable for the freshly prepared top-notch food. And the waitress was terrific.
June 10 ·
Wonderful restaurant, very good food. Will definitely return!! Fettuccine Alfredo was excellent, service was great!!
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