COPENHAGEN: Kadeau have announced they will reopen the restaurant after being one of the first serious casualties in the restaurant world when they filed for bankruptcy.
Kadeau Bornholm will reopen in June while Kadeau in Copenhagen will reopen after the summer break, the restaurant group announced on their Instagram page.
“Finally some good news from our side. Ever since we shut down almost two months ago, we have been working tirelessly on finding our way back to life,” the restaurant group said.
“We cannot wait to welcome you back.”
The restaurant group said that times were still uncertain and extremely hard for the industry and encouraged customers to visit their favourite restaurants when they reopen. “No one should have to live the same nightmare we just did.”
Customers who had bought gift cards and prepaid reservations will be accommodated by the team at Kadeau.
Kadeau in Copenhagen had two Michelin stars while the restaurant in Bornholm had one.
The head-chef of Kadeau is Nicolai Norregaard. He grew up in Svaneke on the island of Bornholm and cooked with his grandfather from an early age. He met his business partner Rasmus Kofoed in the local handball club when he was 11. Kadeau in Copenhagen earned a Michelin star in 2014 and a second star in 2018. Kadeau Bornholm received a star in 2016. The backbone of their cuisine was the nature of Bornholm.