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One Of The World’s Most Famous Restaurants Is Heading To Sydney

One Of The World’s Most Famous Restaurants Is Heading To Sydney

Foodies rejoice. Danish fine dining restaurant Noma, which has topped the San Pellegrino influential World’s 50 Best Restaurants list for four of the past six years, will shut up shop in Copenhagen and head to Sydney for the summer. Internationally renowned chef Rene Redzepi will be bringing his restaurant staff of 60, including chefs, waiters and even dishwashers with him. The restaurant is famed for serving unusual local produce that Redzepi himself forages for.


It’s a way for Australian foodies to try some of the best food in the world without having to fly to Northern Europe. The pop up comes after Heston Blumenthal’s wildly successful six-month pop up of the Fat Duck at the Crown Casino in Melbourne.

On average, Noma in Denmark gets 100,000 booking requests for month, with over 50,000 names on a waitlist, so expect places at the Australian pop up to be competitive.

(Photo: Cyclone Bill/Flickr)

Noma will open at the Anadara building at Barangaroo for ten weeks in January, serving lunch and dinner five days a week. The price of the meal, which is around $500AUD in the Denmark restaurant, has yet to be set, but you can register expressions of interest here from 10am today.

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Check out Qantas flights to Sydney here.

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