Three-Michelin star restaurant spin off, Noma Projects, will be heading to London for one day only to collaborate with a Marylebone restaurant on 20th September 2023.
The infamous Danish restaurant, which will be closing at the end of 2024, an announcement that shocked the food industry when it was declared in January this year, serves a tasting menu built around foraged food, with a price point of £453 - or 3,950 Danish kroner.
During its trip to London, a team of six from Noma will be working alongside the newly appointed Michelin star restaurant KOL, which is famed for its unique take on Mexican cuisine, to serve a selection of small bites. Santiago Lastra, co-founder and co-owner of KOL, has previous history with Noma after working with the team during the restaurant's residency in Tulum.
Whilst the menu is yet to be confirmed, Thomas Frebel (creative director of Noma Projects) has hinted that the evening will follow a similar ethos to Noma, using a variety of foraged and locally sourced produce.
Frebel said "The idea is to take our knowledge and understanding and try to be inspired by being in the UK and working with Santiago Lastra,” he continued with “We will come up with something exciting and wonderful.”
On the night, guests will be encouraged to chat to chefs and try a range of pantry products including smoked mushroom garum, a corn yuzu hot sauce and “forager’s vinaigrette”.
Tickets include five small dishes, two drinks, a Noma Projects signature tote bag, Vegan XO Sauce and Smoked Mushroom Garum (with a total value of £67).
Tickets are on sale for £95, with a total of 180 tickets available - split between three 90 minute sittings, and will be released to the general public on August 27th.
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