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The reopening of the pioneering Copenhagen restaurant Noma at a new site in the city in February 2018, must be one of the most eagerly awaited gastronomic events of recent times.
Since closing in early 2017, René Redzepi and the team have popped-up in Mexico, spent the summer criss-crossing Northern Europe researching the new menu and sold pretty much everything from the old restaurant at auction for thousands of Dollars.
Now, the wait is almost over. Reservations for Noma 2.0 will open at 4pm CET on 16 November here.
According to the Noma website, the new menu will change three times a year “to match the type of ingredients that are at their peak at any given time of the year.” So, the opening menu will be based on seafood, early summer to early autumn will be vegetables and early autumn to January will be game and forest, the only time meat will play “a starring role,” they say.
The new restaurant will serve 40 covers for lunch and dinner, Wednesday to Saturday, priced at 2250 DK (£270/$350) per person (excluding drinks.)
These reservations are sure to go fast, so best of luck! Get a taste of what's to come below.