Thursday, October 9, 2014

Noma from Copenhagen extends for two more weeks in February 2015 at the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo. Here's how to reserve a table for Noma in Tokyo.

Serious foodies in this part of the world, many of whom are readers of Travelife Magazine, will be pleased to know that the Noma dining experience at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been extended for two more weeks due to overwhelming demand.


was one of the first Asian publications
to produce a comprehensive feature 
on the Noma dining experience in Copenhagen


Noma at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo will now be open from 9 January to 14 February 2015 except for Sundays. Guests who are currently on the waitlist will be contacted and given first priority to book over the next five business days.

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After reaching out to the current waitlist, new reservations will be accepted from 17 October 2014, with lunch reservations as well as private dining room bookings for both lunch and dinner being accepted via Noma’s website and reservations for the accommodation package including dinner available via the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo’s website.

Chef René Redzepi and his culinary team who are being supported by the chefs from Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, are currently in Japan learning about Japanese cuisine and searching for a variety of Japanese ingredients to include in the menus, which have yet to be determined.

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“We are very pleased to be able to extend this one-of-a-kind culinary adventure at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo to a wider audience,” said Anthony Costa, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo General Manager.

He added: “We are delighted to be working with Chef Redzepi and his team, and feel sure guests will thoroughly enjoy the unique experience,” he added.

Chef René Redzepi also commented, “We are incredibly honoured by the demand we have received so far and are extremely excited to be able to welcome more guests to our Japanese adventure.”


Noma was selected the best restaurant in the world for 2014 by the S. Pellegrino.

Founded in 2003 by Chef René Redzepi, the Copenhagen restaurant works with an intimate network of purveyors to develop a cuisine that expresses its region's culture and seasons. 

The small, 11-table restaurant is housed within an eighteenth-century warehouse along the city's harbor and serves a tasting menu consisting of 20 servings designed to give guests a clear and delicious sense of time and place.

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