Noma, a three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark announced its closing
in the year 2024.

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After closing the restaurant’s services next year, the restaurant
will become a full-time food laboratory. The
Copenhagen institution will then spend its time developing new dishes
and products for the company’s e-commerce outfit, Noma Projects.

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Chef René
Redzepi who runs the Copenhagen institution and has been named
his era’s most influential chef said that Noma has hit a breaking point and
now, “It’s unsustainable.”

Chef Redzepi will not just work
as a chef, but his role will be like a chief creative officer after the
restaurant’s closing. Noma, who has been named the world’s best restaurant five
times will open its dining rooms only for periodic pop-ups after the restaurant’s

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Noma’s announced its closure through its official Instagram account and posted, “To continue being noma, we must change,” it also added, “We are beginning a new chapter.”

The shutting down of Noma is no
less than a shocker to everyone but the decision has been taken as Noma along
with many other restaurants is facing a sustainability crisis. Due to its labor-intensive,
innovative, and expensive style of dining, the workers are being severely underpaid.

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Redzepi while talking about Noma’s
closing said, “We have to completely rethink
the industry.” He further said, “This is simply too hard, and we have to
work in a different way.”

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This year, Noma is not the only
restaurant that announced its shutdown. Manresa, a three-Michelin-starred
restaurant in Los Gatos, Calif also closed its services. The restaurant’s
chef David Kinch said, “Fine dining is at a crossroads, and there have to be
huge changes.” Chef Kinch also said, “The whole industry realizes that, but
they do not know how it’s going to come out.”

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Restaurant Noma was opened in the
year 2003 and will account winter 2024 as its last season.