108 at Noma, the famed two-star Michelin restaurant’s new pop-up venture, opens January 20, giving food lovers 13 weeks to try the restaurant’s new specialty dishes. It shutters April 16.
The new restaurant is a result of a partnership between Noma’s chef and co-owner René Redzepi and chef Kristian Baumann, who will oversee the restaurant while Redzepi and his team head to Australia to helm Noma Sydney. By the way, Noma Sydney is completely booked out for its entire 10-week run.
Like Noma, 108 at Noma will continue to celebrate Danish gastronomy, with the “108” taking its name from Strandgade, Christianshavn, where the new Noma restaurant will open next spring.
The restaurant will be accepting walk-ins, but to reserve a table at the restaurant head to www.108.dk.