The New Noma Sold Out Before It Even Opened

If you didn't know that reservations for René Redzepi’s soon-to-reopen Noma just went on sale, then you aren't going to be able to get one for quite awhile. The hotly anticipated Copenhagen restaurant made reservations from February through April of 2018 available yesterday via Tock, and in less than 24 hours, sold out every single one.

Noma 2.0 Has an Opening Date and Reservations Begin Next Week

One of the most anticipated restaurant openings in modern memory officially has a date, and even more importantly for those who actually want to go, a start time for reservations.

Noma Is Auctioning Off a Ton of Stuff Before Opening Its New Location

When the new incarnation of Noma opens up in Copenhagen early next year—mid-January, assuming no more ancient stone walls or other Danish artifacts slow things down again—getting in will likely require one of the

How René Redzepi Is Giving Back to the Culinary Community in Mexico

Next week, Noma's new Tulum outpost will start taking reservations for its scheduled April opening. In the meantime, René Redzepi and his team are already in Mexico—and have been for months—sourcing ingredients, finding inspiration, and developing a menu.

Noma To Open in Mexico Next Year

Can't score a table at Copenhagen hotspot Noma before it's set to shutter at the end of this year? You're in luck, maybe. Noma's Rene Redzepi just announced that the now-legendary restaurant will be setting up shop in Tulum, Mexico, beginning in April next year—and reservations for the $600/head dinner will be taken beginning December 6 at 10 a.m.

Noma Chef Hopes to Fix School Lunches in the US

After spending three years as the chef de cuisine for one of the world’s best-respected restaurants, Noma’s Daniel Giusti has decided to take on an even bigger challenge: Returning to Washington, DC and fixing school cafeterias.

René Redzepi is the World's Most Influential Chef

René Redzepi of Copenhagen’s Noma has changed the way chefs everywhere think. But as writer Anya von Bremzen explains, his influence goes far beyond food.

Watch: René Redzepi Reveals the Original Speech He Wrote for Winning World's Best Restaurant

When Copenhagen’s Noma first rose to fame as the world’s No. 1 restaurant on San Pellegrino’s annual list of the 50 best, chef-innovator René Redzepi wrote a speech that he decided not to read while facing some of the world’s most respected chefs, including Thomas Keller and Ferran Adrià. Well, last night when accepting the honor for the third time (Noma first won in 2010, then in 2012), he didn't hold back.

Over the course of six minutes, watch as Redzepi explains his “Woody Allen complex,” calls his team “geeks in a class of fine linens” and recalls the insult “seal fuckers.”

Jaime Lannister Takes Family Trips to Greenland, Treats His Bosses to Dinner at Noma

Game of Thrones’ bad boy Nikolaj Coster-Waldau shares some of his recent food-related adventures.

Foting the Bill at Noma
For two years, I’ve bet the creators of Game of Thrones that they’d win an Emmy. The loser buys dinner at the best restaurant in the world, which currently is Noma in Copenhagen. I’ve had to pay twice, but I’m hoping I won’t next year.

Croissant Lab
Noma has a laboratory for fermenting foods. We tried a few drops of liquid from a batch of three-month-old croissants.

Critic Writes Emoji Review of Noma in Japan

Culinary geeks can’t stop talking about Noma’s pop-up in Japan. Internationally renowned Danish chef René Redzepi is serving up a 15-course tasting menu that includes ant-covered shrimp in Tokyo.