In addition to Noma’s new kitchen, which is set to be finished by July this year, the three times No.1 of San Pellegrino’s The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list has announced that it will be unveiling a new Maritime Garden, in-keeping with its quay side location, which has been inspired by the Botanical Garden in Copenhagen and Polyform Architects and which will surround the restaurant.
The Noma team has also revealed their plans to fulfil one of Renés childhood dreams of becoming a beekeeper, as they look into the possibility of maintaining a few hives around the garden – to help with pollination.
Head chef Rene Redzepi, also chairperson for Cook It Raw, is renowned for his devotion to seasonal produce and cuisine which is pure, unadulterated and beautifully simple.
It comes as no surprise, then, that Noma is finalising the details and deciding on all the potential plant options for their new garden, including sea buckthorn.
Due to be assembled during July, the coastal garden will reopen on 1 August, in time for a good bout of summer sun.
Recently released illustrated diagrams show how the garden plans to bring more of the outside in, and give guests an interesting landscape to look out onto while they enjoy Noma’s world renowned award-winning cuisine.