COPENHAGEN: The first two months of the Game and Forest season have been opened for reservations at Noma. The website is accepting reservations for tables in October and November.
But the announcement comes with an important caveat and one which shows how difficult it still is for ‘destination’ restaurants that mainly depend on international travellers to fill their seats at the restaurant.
The restaurant warned guests that they expect travel restrictions for people travelling outside of Denmark to continue.
The Game season will run from 13 October to 19 December. The restaurant is taking reservations only up to the end of November.
“As we are expecting significant travel restrictions in the coming months we will be making frequent use of our waiting list when we reopen.”
Most of the bookings and availability are for tables of 4 or larger.
Currently Noma is open for the summer season which runs until 3 October.
Last week the chef of Noma, René Redzepi, who also co-owns Restaurant 108 and BARR among others expressed his disappointment at the closure of restaurant 108 which will close its doors for good at the end of this month.
“No words can express how difficult these times are for the restaurant trade,” he said.