Restaurants in Copenhagen are finally allowed to open up again after the Corona crisis. Perhaps the most anticipated reopening is chef René Redzepi’s Noma, one of the world’s best restaurants. Instead of their seasonal, New Nordic-style tasting menu, however, Noma is opening its doors (or rather, its garden and greenhouses) as a natural wine bar. The wine bar is open to everyone – there are no reservations (it’s walk-in only) and take-out is also available for both food and wine bottles. Choose from a cheeseburger (dry-aged beef patty with onions, beef garum, and a pickle mayo) or a veggie burger (quinoa tempeh patty with fermentation liquids), and save room for the Basque cookie with an elderflower raisin caramel. Noma refers to their beef burger as “The Viking.”
Update: Noma is now opening a permanent burger bar in the old venue of 108 called POPL.
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I didn’t eat any of the burgers but I had one bite of the basque cookie a couple of hours ago. It was so good I’ll be glad to wait in line again to get another one!
Try the burger too next time!
Thanks for including the pics below your descriptions. Although I don’t eat cooked meat, it gives me ideas for fresh raw versions.