Noma Is Back in the Michelin Guide

René Redzepi’s North American Book Tour: What We Know

As one of the most recognized culinary personas on the planet, you’d think Noma chef René Redzepi‘s name alone would be enough to sell his upcoming book The Noma Guide to Fermentation, a tome he co-authored with Noma’s Director of Fermentation David Zilber, set to be released on October 16. But apparently, Redzepi wants to get out and share his work the public.

Learn Fermentation Tips from René Redzepi and the Noma Team in NYC This Fall

Americans diner may dream of a trip to visit Noma, but actually going to the acclaimed restaurant is a completely different endeavor: Reservations aren’t easy to come by and it requires planning a special trip to Copenhagen. But this October, Chef René Redzepi is coming to America. No, sadly, it’s not some sort of Noma pop-up. Instead, he’ll be in New York City giving a talk about his forthcoming book on fermentation.

Why Noma Won’t Make the 'World’s 50 Best Restaurants' List This Year

All in all, 2018 is shaping up to be a pretty good year for Noma. Chef René Redzepi took a massive risk in 2017, choosing to shut down his acclaimed restaurant, regularly ranked as one of the best in world, so that a “new” Noma could reopen in a new space with plenty of fantastic new facilities like a dedicated fermentation lab.

Here's Your Last Chance to Get Noma Reservations This Year

When the new Noma opened back in February, one of the biggest changes—beyond a new location, of course—was the way René Redzepi would be rotating the menu. The renowned chef decided he would break the calendar year down into three “seasons.” (Yes, that’s one less than Mother Nature decided on, but even Ms.

Noma Alum to Open 'Nordic-Japanese Utopia' Restaurant in Toyko

Former Noma chef Thomas Frebel is doing his part to spread the iconic Denmark restaurant's influence worldwide. On April 26, Frebel announced that he would be opening INUA in Tokyo on June 29—though the restaurant is now taking reservations.

Cardamom Buns and Fermented Fries: Chef Angela Garbacz’s Guide to Copenhagen

Pastry chef Angela Garbacz is accustomed to freezing temperatures in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she runs her bakery Goldenrod Pastries. And that's a good thing: When she took a trip to Copenhagen last month, it was right during what’s now known as the “Big Chill,” the lowest recorded temperatures in Europe.


The New Noma Opens Today. Here’s What You Need to Know

There's a fair amount of mystery surrounding Noma 2.0, the second iteration of René Redzepi’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Copenhagen. Why did Redzepi shut down his uber-successful restaurant in the first place, last February? At the time, Noma had held the first spot on The World’s 50 Best list for four years running.

Here's a Sneak Peak Inside the New Noma

About a month ago, we reported on a unique opportunity to attend opening night at the New Noma in Copenhagen on February 15.

The New Noma's Opening Menu Could Include Cod Sperm

The long-awaited second iteration of four-time World's Best Restaurant winner Noma is nearly here. But if you're awaiting actually going there, take a moment to go mark your calendars, as the next batch of instantly-selling-out reservations will be made available on January 18 at 4 p.m.