One of the world’s best restaurants has reopened as a burger bar
We wish we were in Copenhagen right now...
Noma in Copenhagen, which has been named the world’s best restaurant on several occasions, is reopening this week as a burger bar.
The legendary René Redzepi’s award-winning restaurant will open temporarily as a no reservations wine and burger bar.
Noma closed on 14 March due to Coronavirus. At the time, Redzepi said, “These will be difficult times. On behalf of our industry, if you wish to help, rather than cancel you could perhaps postpone your reservations to a later date or even buy a gift card to support your favourite restaurant.”
Until the space can properly reopen, Noma will become considerably more casual.
The Noma cheeseburger
Redzepi said on his Instagram feed, “We feel in the first phase of the reopening that we want it to be open for all. We need to heal, so let’s have a glass of wine and a burger, you’re all invited.
The Noma cheeseburger will cost £12, and a vegetarian option will be available too.
Surely that will be up there with the best burgers in the world? We definitely wish we were in Copenhagen right now...