108 at Noma Restaurant Reopens, Copenhagen
Once a pop-up, the Danish restaurant will now have a permanent location following its success.
108 at Noma will soon have a new home, and a permanent one to boot. The pop-up venture from its older, more avant garde sibling Noma is set to open this week, helmed by Noma’s chef and co-owner René Redzepi and chef Kristian Baumann (pictured below).
First opened in January within the compounds of Noma in Copenhagen, the pop-up restaurant was a massive hit under Baumann, who oversaw the business until April, when the pop-up closed to prepare for its permanent reopening. Noma’s team has since been busy hunting down the highest quality Danish ingredients and liaising with local farmers and producers so as to offer diners the contemporary and refined menu they’ve come to be known for.
Like Noma – which shot to culinary fame with two Michelin stars – 108 at Noma will also pay homage to Danish gastronomy, albeit serving up a more casual offering of family-sized portioned meals to share.