By René Redzepi - november 9, 2017
Vi er glade for at kunne fortælle, vi er klar til at åbne noma igen fra februar 2018.
Som vi tidligere har fortalt, kommer vi til at dele året op i tre sæsoner, i hvilke menuen vil ændre sig drastisk for at afspejle de ingredienser, der er bedst i løbet af året.
Vores åbningsmenu vil være fokuseret omkring havet, fisk og skalddyr fra Skandinavien, som er bedst i de kolde vintermåneder.… More »
By René Redzepi - oktober 11, 2017noma 2.0 byggeplads
Det har været et begivenhedsrigt år indtil nu! Vi lukkede noma på Strandgade, åbnede en pop-up i Mexico, laver nu mad under Knippelsbro og har rejst rundt i Skandinavien i vores søgen efter råvarer og inspiration til vores menu på noma 2.0. I mellemtiden har vi planlagt alt fra bestik til personalets garderobeskabe på vores nye restaurant.… More »
By René Redzepi - september 27, 2017
Check out the video for a little update from us on our most recent travels as we prepare for the opening of noma 2.0.
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By René Redzepi - juli 7, 2017photo by Rasmus Kramer Schou
Here is an update of what’s going on. Noma 2.0 is still on track to open in December. We’re working hard to keep our deadlines. The creative team is currently traveling through the Nordic region to meet all of our friends and collaborators, and to seek out new ones. The rest of the team, about 30 of them, will be opening their own popup restaurant in Copenhagen.… More »
By Thorsten Schmidt - juni 7, 2017
For years, I have been talking with René about creating a new kind of restaurant in Copenhagen. We have been holding out for the perfect space – and we finally found it, inside the old home of noma on the city’s iconic waterfront. Together in partnership we are opening restaurant Barr, on Wednesday, 5th July.
Barr will not be another Nordic restaurant. Rather, it will draw from the eating and drinking traditions of the North Sea; an area that spans Scandinavia, Benelux and the British Isles.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - maj 1, 2017
We are now settled into our residency here in Mexico and have a few weeks of service under our belt. Much of our success so far is attributed to the people from all over Mexico who have helped us finalize every detail, material and the produce we need for our restaurant. Many of these people have become our friends, including the Mundo Maya Foundation (Fundación Haciendas del Mundo Maya).… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - februar 13, 2017René, Rosio and our test kitchen on their research trip
This week we want to share a bit about the process of designing and building our restaurant in the jungle.
It truly is jungle. About 50 meters from the water begins a thick dense landscape. Full of animals; birds of all colors and sizes, snakes, caimans and even jaguars. There is no existing infrastructure at all, no plumbing electricity or water – we are bringing all of that in.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - januar 24, 2017head of test kitchen, Thomas Frebel with chapuline [Mexican grasshopper]
This week we would like to update you on a bit of what goes on in our fermentation lab as we prepare our menu for Noma Mexico.
Fermented foods play a definitive role in our menu in Copenhagen. Fermentation is a way of thinking about the possibilities of ingredients, and the approach we use at Noma can be applied all over the world.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - januar 3, 2017Ixil onions
Noma Mexico update number four, and this time we are sharing stories regarding a few of the communities who are growing ingredients for our pop-up menu.
During our journey throughout the country, we encountered passionate and talented people who grow some extraordinary produce. We would like to share some stories about a few of these ingredients and the communities who have been growing them for thousands of years.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - december 15, 2016
Letter three with updates on our Noma Mexico adventures.
During our travels around this great country from vast markets to tiny hilltop towns, we have witnessed incredible craftsmanship. Plateware, glassware, knives, wooden spoons, ornate decorated linens, woven pieces, tools and beautiful art.
Many of these crafts are the result of thousands of years of tradition; skills and techniques that have been passed down through countless generations.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - november 29, 2016
Round two of the Noma Mexico updates, and this one will be about students.
We’ve already had hundreds of people applying to be a part of the Noma Mexico team. If you would like to participate feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. However, this post is mostly about two other projects that we have been working on for a while now.
Noma Mexico will only be open for dinner.… More »
By René Redzepi & Rosio Sanchez - november 21, 2016
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be publishing a series of posts to explain the details of Noma Mexico. These will include more information about the booking process, sharing favorite moments from our research trip, and highlighting some of the amazing producers we have been collaborating with so far.
To start, we would like to explain a bit of the work that goes into making our pop-ups a reality, while noting that each is a bit different.… More »
By Ben Mervis - juli 18, 2016
We are delighted to announce that on July 27th, 108 will open its doors on the historic Christianshavn Harbor in Copenhagen. The team and I can’t wait to welcome you into our home and show you what we’ve been working on over the last months.
From January to April we took over the restaurant space at noma with our own pop-up, which proved to be an incredible opportunity to test ourselves.… More »