Noma, a well-known restaurant in Denmark, will close its doors the following year, in 2024. The restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark, which has been dubbed the best and most famous in the world, is anticipated to reopen in a new setting. Rene Redzepi, a chef and co-owner, announced it on social media. “We need to change if we want to stay NOMA. As you are aware, Noma, it is coming to an end as we open a new chapter. Noma 3.0, “He published.
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants ranking included Noma at the top in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2021.
The eatery is also the proud owner of three Michelin stars as well as a Michelin Green star. Noma, which was established in 2003, has consistently proclaimed itself to be the best restaurant in the world. According to social media posts, Noma only accepts reservations during certain times of the year. The company will become “a groundbreaking test kitchen” devoted to “food innovation and the development of new flavours.”
According to a news source, Chef Redzepi came to the conclusion that the gruelling long working hours and other aspects of the fine dining industry need to alter. “The sector needs a fundamental rethink. This is just too difficult, so we need to approach it differently “explained he.
For those who are unaware, Noma closed earlier in 2016 to undergo a rebranding, and two years later (in 2018), it reopened under its current name.
Although having a restaurant will no longer define us, serving customers will still be an important aspect of who we are. Instead, a large portion of our effort will be devoted to investigating fresh concepts and creating a tonne more things.
Noma has already undergone a metamorphosis. The restaurant in Copenhagen stated in 2015 that it will close at the end of 2016 and then reopened near its waterfront location with its own vegetable farm. This was close to the hippy neighbourhood of Christiania.