Prepare your wallets and Instagrams, everyone! Noma, one of the world’s best restaurants, will be relocating for to Sydney early next year for a one of a kind dining experience. Billionaire’s Paradise Barangaroo will become the new home to Noma in January 2016 for 10 weeks while it is temporarily closed in Denmark through this time (#soz).
Head Chef Rene Redzepi is uprooting the entire restaurant—staff, spouses, families and all and bringing them down under to our shores for a dining experience that’s going to be nothing short of exceptional. While it is known for its reinvention and interpretation of Nordic cuisine, there will be a strong Australian influence on the menu.
The team will highlight the best Australian produce and create an original menu that focuses on producers who have a passion for both the land and sea. Redzepi’s recent Instagrams of sea urchins, emu eggs and local produce could be hints for what’s to come.
“Australia combines strong influences from its Indigenous people with new communities from around the world. When you mix it all together, the result is something truly inspiring. It really is the perfect place to come and learn” says Redzepi.
Word on the street is that it will be up to $500 per head, but you can’t put a price on one of the best dining experiences in the world, right?
Noma will launch January 2016 for 10 weeks, and will be serving lunch and dinner 5 days a week. After the success of the Noma pop-up at the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo early this year, this is sure to be another sell out.
For more information and bookings register here.
Image credit: Noma