Ranked four times the world's best restaurant, Noma's pop-up, 108 at Noma, is set to return in a new permanent location after closing earlier this year to travel to Australia.
The pop-up first opened back in January in Noma's space in Copenhagen while chef and co-owner Rene Redzepi and his team headed down under to Australia.
Chef Kristian Baumann oversaw the restaurant from its opening until April, when the pop-up closed its doors to prepare for a reopening this July as a permanent fixture in its own premises.
Like its parent two-Michelin starred Noma, 108 at Noma will also boast the best of Danish gastronomy, with the restaurant offering family-sized portions for the whole table, with examples including a large grilled fish or a roast shoulder of lamb. Since its closure in April, the team has been building relationships with local farmers and producers to obtain the best ingredients available to them, to build a modern menu that connects to nature in the restaurant's home, Copenhagen.
Find out more on the Noma blog here.