We’re very excited to announce that world-renowned restaurant, Copenhagen’s 2 Michelin Starred Noma, is moving to Sydney, Australia in January 2016 for a very limited 10 week run.
Noma Restaurant and head chef René Redzepi are often credited with reinventing Nordic Cuisine, and are the winners of several awards, including being recognised as the best restaurant in the world in the San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant awards in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014.
Their temporary move to Australian shores is in association with Tourism Australia and follows the restaurant’s previous move to Tokyo, Japan in 2014. In addition to gracing Sydney Harbour’s new Barangaroo development with their kitchen prowess, Noma will bring its entire staff out to Australia, from the front of house, to the kitchen, to the dishwashers, making this a genuinely world-class affair.
In a statement on the Noma website, head chef René Redzepi noted, ‘Since my first trip to Australia several years ago I’ve been wanting to spend more time there – exploring, tasting, and understanding its ingredients’. You can read the chef’s full and glowing excitement here. And based on this tweet from the head chef last month, we think he will fit right in.
When your goat looks like a barista pic.twitter.com/ybWCavZhDW
— Rene Redzepi (@ReneRedzepiNoma) July 20, 2015
When: Opening January 2016 for 10 weeks, bookings to open later in the year
Where: Anadara Building. Barangaroo, Sydney
*Cover image of Rene Redzepi on location at Barangaroo, Sydney by Jason Loucas