One of the most influential chefs and restaurants of the last decade is René Redzepi's Noma, deemed "one of the world's best restaurants" worldwide. In late 2017, he reopened Noma in a new space and location. With the same "eat local" philosophy he's become so famous and respected for and new inspiration from his many travels and Noma "pop-ups", comes Noma 2.0. What happens here is far more than just cooking, and calling it a restaurant barely scratches the surface. The dedication to research and development, improved cooking techniques, aromas, fermentation and flavours make it a culinary laboratory, let alone a world class kitchen. The restaurant now features menus which focus on a specific season and area of Denmark. While there are some mind-blowing courses, there are also some like the faux jellyfish that are not for everyone; nonetheless, even those are inspiring and interesting. It definitely pushes boundaries and brings food that is familiar and non-familiar to the table (depending on your cultural upbringing).

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Refshalevej 96, 1432 København K, Denmark
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Wed: 12:00 - 4:00 pm
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