You’ve probably heard the name, noma, our crown jewel in the Danish food scene. But managing to eat there is another matter entirely! Getting a table at one of the world's best restaurants is not so easy. But for those who book ahead, you’re in for an extraordinary culinary experience.
Re-opened in February 2018 in a new location and with a new menu, noma has already reclaimed the two Michelin stars it relinquished by temporarily closing down. Superchef René Redzepi still runs the noma kitchen, drawing on experience at some of the best restaurants around the world. But noma is not about fusion food, it’s a New Nordic kitchen.
René Redzepi is now one of Denmark's most famous people. He is the ultimate superchef, juggling the demands of running one of the world's best restaurants with TV and print appearances, book writing and ground-breaking New Nordic food exploration.
In 2012, Time Magazine named René Redzepi as one of the World's 100 Most Influential People, not just for putting Denmark on the world's gastronomic map, but also because his passion for promoting food innovation is influencing a whole new generation of chefs around the world.
Previous Scandinavian delicacies at noma have included Icelandic seaweed, Faroese deep-sea fish, Greenlandic musk ox and sorrel from Danish forests. The chefs do all their own curing, smoking and pickling and are at the forefront of new techniques to combine and prepare ingredients in innovative ways. Tempted? Better go and get booking then!