Travellers dreaming of a meal at Copenhagen’s famous restaurant Noma but lacking the necessary funds can now get amazing cuisine without the high price tag. A spin-off restaurant from the famous Michelin-starred Nordic restaurant has opened a permanent location with a more casual vibe.
108 started as a pop-up at Noma while the restaurant’s team was running its own pop-up in Australia. Now, it has come back with a permanent space. The restaurant is co-owned by Noma’s Rene Redzepi and former Noma chef Kristian Baumann. Like Noma, it will focus on local ingredients and regionally-inspired dishes. While tables at Noma are booked up months in advance, 108 is a much more casual setting, allowing customers to pop in and sample some exceptional cuisine.
Finally we are opening! On July 27th, 108 will open its doors. Bookings are now open at 108.dk and we accept reservations 30 days in advance. We can’t wait to welcome you into our home and show you what we’ve been up to over the last months #108cph #finallyopen #108cph
A photo posted by @kristianbaumann on Jul 18, 2016 at 2:21am PDT
108 offers an a la carte menu, which allows visitors to “make the evening your own”. The spot also serves fresh brewed coffee and pastries in the morning and has a selection of wines from midday on. The restaurant is open from 7 am to 8 pm Monday and Tuesday, 7 am to 12 am on Wednesday through Friday and 9 am to 12 am on Saturday and Sunday.
It’s located around the corner from Noma, although the famous restaurant will be relocating at the end of the year to a former navy building on the border of Christiania, where it will grow some of its own produce on an urban farm.