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Noma becomes a burger joint

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Admittedly a cryptic subject line, but anything clearer would require a paragraph (like the one below).

Noma is a restaurant in Copenhagen that has been named the best restaurant in the world four times. Currently, it is listed as number two. (Yes, I know, opinion.) It is famous for serving eighteen (small) course meals that cost about $400. Reservations would normally be booked many months in advance. Like many places, it had to close because of the coronavirus epidemic. Now, under new restrictions, it has reopened serving hamburgers and wine at picnic tables outside (or, you can do takeout). The hamburger costs about $15 (or $12 takeout). For the vegans in the crowd, there is also a veggie option made from quinoa. (Probalby beats the Beyond Burger.) The chef is doing this mostly as a healing jesture. In a couple of months, he hopes to reopen for real.

Would I want to have a burger at Noma? I would do it in a heartbeat just to say that I ate there.

I originally read about this in an article in French behind a firewall, but here is an article from the Los Angeles Times ...

 

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The sad observation here is that prices for hamburgers in the U.S. are closing in on $15......
 

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I always thought they made Christmas tree lights.
 
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