Last week, we wrote that the Noma restaurant, which was about to open at a new location in Copenhagen, literally rested against an ancient wall, which is about 700 years and work in the restaurant was suspended for archaeological research.
Speaking about the ancient: on November 2nd, 2017, most of the stuff from the old restaurant will be sold at the auction in Chicago. The list includes furniture, plates, kitchen utensils and decor.
The chairs from Niels O. Møller and J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik will be exhibited for 4,000 – 6,000 dollars. The black leather couch is estimated to sell for $ 5,000 – $ 7,000. Ceramic tableware and serving boards will cost customers about 100 – 900 dollars depending on the item. Some decor items are planned to be sold for a price of 300 to 500 dollars.
Chief Renee Redzepi regarded the decision to auction the old things from the original Noma, as the next step to the opening of a new restaurant.
The opening of the new Noma is planned for early 2018, and the users will be able to start making reservations as early as November 16, 2017.