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Danish restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, March 14, 2012. The innovative Danish restaurant Noma which has reclaimed the title of world’s top restaurant several times, said Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, that it will shut down and become “a pioneering test kitchen dedicated to the work of food innovation and the development of new flavors.” 

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The famed Danish restaurant Noma which has claimed the title of world’s top restaurant several times said Monday it will shut down to transform itself into “a pioneering test kitchen" dedicated to “food innovation and the development of new flavors.”

Chef Rene Redzepi’s house of Nordic gastronomy will close by the winter 2024 and re-emerge as Noma 3.0, the Copenhagen eatery said on its webpage.

“In 2025, our restaurant is transforming into a giant lab - a pioneering test kitchen dedicated to the work of food innovation and the development of new flavors, one that will share the fruits of our efforts more widely than ever before,” it said.

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