Noma to pop up at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Due to overwhelming demand, Noma at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been extended for an extra two weeks.
Due to popular demand, NOMA RESTAURANT has announced plans to extend its pop-up restaurant in Japan next year by an extra two weeks.
Originally scheduled to run for three weeks starting January 9, 2015, Noma at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo will now be extended to February 14.
The registration line will reopen October 17, at which time guests can can book lunch or dinner, or an accommodation package at the hotel that includes a Noma dinner.
For the pop-up event in Japan, chef René Redzepi intends to follow the culinary philosophy of Noma and focus on using fresh, seasonal, local products in Tokyo to create a new and original menu.
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The meal will consist of small servings followed by larger dishes, and paired with wines from small-scale producers.
The fixed menu is 40,200 JPY or about $375 USD. Wine and juice pairings are extra. For details on Noma in Japan visit noma.dk.