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The Michelin-starred Noma restaurant exchanges £ 300 20-course dishes for £ 20 burgers during the ban


The Michelin-starred Danish restaurant, Noma, swaps 20-course dishes worth £ 300 for burgers for £ 20 as it turns into a takeaway bar and wine bar during the closure

  • Michelin-starred restaurants must be in the middle of the pandemic
  • Noma in Denmark, which is considered one of the best in the world, is now taking it away
  • Burgers and wine are now on the menu, with a small selection to choose from
  • In addition to the outdoor wine bar, there is limited seating available to guests

A world-famous Michelin-starred restaurant is doing its best to adapt in these unprecedented times and has taken the courageous step of becoming a take-away burger.

The Danish restaurant Noma, which is often referred to as one of the best restaurants in the world in culinary discussions, has reopened its doors for a limited take-away service as the blocking restrictions are loosened.

Gone is the usual 20-course meal at the price of GBP 300 per person. Instead, tempting burgers can be picked up with some of the highest quality cuts, the Guardian reports.

Customers wishing to receive their luxury fix will have to part with the £ 20 sum for a burger, two of which are offered. the & # 39; Noma Cheeseburger & # 39; and the & # 39; Noma Veggie Burger & # 39 ;.

The world-famous Noma restaurant in Denmark sells two burgers for £ 20 each, as the Michelin star restaurant is set to return to a pattern of normalcy

The Copenhagen restaurant is often referred to as one of the best culinary experiences in the world

The Copenhagen restaurant is often referred to as one of the best culinary experiences in the world

Fine wine is also available, as the glamorous house demonstrates its versatility by becoming a burger and wine take-out experience until customers are able to enjoy the security inside again.

Customers can collect their gourmet foods and take them home or eat in the restaurant's outdoor gardens with limited space.

The two Michelin-starred restaurant by renowned chef Rene Redzepi in the capital city of Copenhagen was officially closed on March 14 when the coronavirus pandemic shocked the world.

Both available burgers, which were carefully curated, were described as "packed with umami, served with a little magic from our fermentation cellar and served on a freshly baked potato roll".

Due to the reduced service times, the restaurant is only open daily from Thursday to Sunday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Customers can take their £ 20 burger home or eat outside in a limited-distance garden that has a service wine bar

Customers can take their £ 20 burger home or eat outside in a limited-distance garden that has a service wine bar

The cheeseburger and the vegetarian version with quinoa tempeh will be served for at least the next six weeks when customers return to their favorite restaurant.

According to Noma's website, the cheeseburger offers dry-aged Bavette steak, beef garum (a fermented sauce with roots in ancient Rome), cheddar cheese, sliced ​​red onions, cucumber and a homemade mayonnaise at a price of GBP 20.

"In the first phase of the reopening, we feel that we want to be open to everyone," said Redzepi Guardian.

"We have to heal, so let's have a glass and a burger. You are all invited. & # 39;

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