A Taste Of Noma in London at Claridge’s
“We are delighted to welcome René Redzepi, head chef of Noma in Copenhagen to Claridge’s to create “A Taste Of Noma at Claridge’s”.
Three time winner of best restaurant in the world at the ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards’ (2010, 2011 and 2012), Redzepi has sparked a cultural revolution with his focus on foraging and the reinterpretation of Nordic cuisine.
For ten days this summer, René Redzepi will be creating a five course menu at Claridge’s which will reflect his signature flavours and dishes from Noma, using local, seasonal British ingredients.
“A Taste of Noma at Claridge’s” will is open for both lunch and dinner in Claridge’s Ballroom from 28th July to 6th August 2012, where René Redzepi will be in attendance every day, together with his team of chefs from Noma. Both lunch and dinner sittings will commence with a welcome champagne reception.”
That’s how looked the announcement at the Claridge’s webpage.
Tickets for Danish chef René Redzepi’s pop-up restaurant Noma in London this summer sold out in 2.5 hours, dashing the epicurean hopes of more than 6,600 gourmands who were willing to pony up £195 for a meal.
According to restaurant trade publication Harden’s in the UK, about 10,000 people had pre-registered for the chance to take part in “A Taste of Noma at Claridge,’s” a two-week event in which Redzepi will create a five-course menu that reflects the signature flavors and dishes from Noma using local, seasonal British ingredients.
The event is also taking place this summer to help mark the London Olympic games.