René Redzepi, Danish star chef and head of the renowned “Noma”, is closing his restaurant, which is one of the best in the world, writes the “New York Times” (“NYT”). The current form of top gastronomy is not sustainable: “Financially and emotionally, as an employer and as a person, it just doesn’t work,” says Redzepi. With its Japanese-inspired cuisine, the restaurant has significantly shaped the past decade of culinary art. A food lab to produce creative dishes and products for the e-commerce company Noma Projects is likely to follow, with occasional cooking at pop-ups.
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