Denmark: Large queue forms as world-renowned restaurant 'Noma' reopens for take away

The Copenhagen-based and Michelin-starred Noma restaurant reopened on Thursday, after two months of coronavirus lockdown, but as a wine bar and for takeout burgers only. With no need for reservations, a large queue formed for locals to take away a 125 krone ($18) burger. The burger price is a bargain compared to the usual Noma meal, which costs between 2,250 and 2,400 krone ($353 to $377... Еще) without drinks. «Noma is very famous. I already tried to get at table here for so many times. This is the first time they open up without taking reservations. I just thought it could be good time to try what they offer,» said customer Federica. The four-time winner of the World's Best Restaurant title is selling veggie and cheeseburgers in a pop up wine bar built in the restaurant's garden. There's no date yet for the full reopening of Noma, as the restaurant is still adjusting to the new hygiene regulations set out by Danish authorities in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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