The grilled flatbread sandwiches, piadine, are a high point of the lunch menu at Nomad Girl. (Image: Nomad Girl)

The nomad in the name of the newly opened Nomad Girl is a nod to its physical location, not the inveterate wanderer. The restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, draws inspiration from the cuisine of co-owner Alex Cesaria’s hometown of Milan. That city’s signature breaded cutlet, presented here as pollo Milanese, is on the dinner menu (though surprisingly risotto is not). At lunch you will find the grilled flatbread sandwiches known as piadine, several with quirky names such as Il Siciliano Incazzato (the pissed-off Sicilian), which combines spicy soppressata, eggplant, smoked mozzarella, and salsa rosa.

Nomad Girl, 1151 Broadway (at 27th St.), 212-419-8299.