Noma, the best restaurant in the world now in London
Known as the best chef in the restaurant world, René Redzepi will boast in London a pop up version of his famous restaurant Noma of Copenhagen. The occasion will mark the start of the Olympic Games in London.
Known in the culinary world for pioneering the movement of "foraging," in which chefs make use of local ingredients such as herbs and wild plants in the preparation of their dishes, the restaurant will host René Redzepi Noma for ten days in the traditional five star hotel Claridge's, which is located at the heart of Mayfair, central London. "A Taste of Noma in Claridge" will be open for lunch and dinner in the hotel lounge from July 28 to August 6.
This five-course discovery of senses will cost £ 195 ($ 300). René Redzepi will create a menu with the flavours and signature dishes of Noma.
The London version of cooking uses local and seasonal British ingredients, as assured in a statement from the Claridge's hotel owners. Has we have mentioned before, the restaurant Noma has topped the list of 50 best restaurants in the world (S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants) and this position has been maintained for two consecutive years. René Redzepi was also named one of the most influential personalities in the world by U.S. magazine Times.
By Luís Silva