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Rene Redzepi Explains Why Noma Is Headed to Australia

The restaurant will pop up down under next year.

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Rene Redzepi Announces Noma Australia from Ben Liebmann on Vimeo.

Noma Australia will open for ten weeks in January 2016 at the harbourside Barangaroo, Sydney location where chef René Redzepi plans to explore the ‘incredible diversity’ of Australian ingredients. #nomaaustralia www.noma.dk/australia

Illustrious Copenhagen restaurant Noma is taking its show on the road again: It announced last weekend that come January 2016, it will shutter for 10 weeks to host a pop-up in Sydney, Australia. Noma is no stranger to such jetsetting — earlier this year it set up shop at Tokyo's Mandarin Oriental hotel — but in this video, chef-owner Rene Redzepi explains exactly why the team has chosen Australia. Says Redzepi: "The national animal is the kangaroo. That sort of sets the tone of how different things are here."

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