Noma 2.0, which is set to open its doors in early 2018, is offering two people the chance to be there on opening night, all expenses paid.
As chef René Redzepi details in the video message below, one lucky winner and a friend will get flown to Copenhagen for the full Noma experience, including the meal itself, flights and accommodation. Plus a tour of the fermentation lab and test kitchen.
All you have to do is donate at least $10 via Omaze for your chance to win (the more you donate the greater chance you have; so $10 gets you 100 entries, $25 gets you 250, etc). All the money goes to help fund MAD, Redzepi’s non-profit organisation that holds a symposium of the same name every year in Copenhagen.
The Noma team have been on something of a fundraising mission recently, having sold off all the furniture, fixtures and fittings, right down to the chefs’ aprons, from the original Noma at auction, making thousands of dollars over the estimate.
Find out more about how Redzepi and the team have been preparing for the reopening in the video further down.
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