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Noma Copenhagen Begins Taking Reservations Again Tomorrow

The restaurant re-opens in its original space next week.


Noma is finally headed back to its home in Copenhagen. The renowned restaurant — helmed by chef René Redzepi — set up shop in Tokyo, Japan for a five week pop-up starting in January. There, the restaurant served customers from all over the world — including an American couple on their first date —  clam tarts and chocolate-covered mushrooms. Critics loved the meal, so much so that they took to reviewing it in emoji. But alas, all things must eventually come to an end.

And so, the staff of Noma sold off its fancy $3,000 shelving and used $200 custom forks, and returned back to the mothership — which was briefly converted into a Club Monaco pop-up shop — to forage on Danish lands once again. According to Noma's Facebook page, the world's best restaurant is re-opening next week, and will begin accepting reservations for the month of June via its online booking system starting tomorrow. All is right in the world again.

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