There are few things in the world as coveted as a reservation for award-winning Copenhagen restaurant, Noma. Seriously, snagging a seat at that table is a challenge on its own, considering its almost always sold out. But New Yorkers stand a higher chance next month, when Noma makes an appearance in Brooklyn for a limited-time dinner series. And by limited, we mean just for five nights.
Founded by René Redzepi, the restaurant has been ranked the No.1 restaurant for five years in a row by World’s 50 Best. Noma offers guests its unique take on Scandinavian cuisine, with a menu that takes full advantage of fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. In fact, that’s how the menu is designed. It is split into ocean season and summer season for now.
The pop-up in Brooklyn is expected to run from May 16 to 20. This is being launched in partnership with American Express Platinum Card and Global Dining Access by Resy. Which means that only the card holders are eligible to try their hand for a reservation. But the additional caveat is that there’s only 50 spots available per night. Yep, so you might want to click that button fast once bookings open on April 27.
The dinner is priced at $700 per person, including pairings for drinks. The menu is set to feature some of the restaurant’s signature items, along with some new items to fit the seasonal ingredients of New York City. Reservations will open at 12pm East Coast time. More details about the process and eligibility can be found online here.