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Published: Thu, 26 Apr 2018 16:32:25 GMT


Looking to join a table at NOMA 2.0 Aug 23-30

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 16:32:25 GMT

My girlfriend and I will be on vacation in Copenhagen during this time and are interested in joining a table if someone has extra seats available. Thank you!

Available seat at Noma 2.0 on April 27 21.00

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 02:15:27 GMT

Hi, i have a reservation for Noma 2.0 on April 27 Friday (tomorrow) at 21.00 for 2. My friend couldn’t make it so i have an empty seat available. Anyone looking for reservation for 1 person? Best Regards


Sun, 22 Apr 2018 14:27:24 GMT

Where to go for lunch in Cesky Krumlov?

Noma 2.0 Reservation Trade

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 03:01:27 GMT

I have a table for 2 at Noma 2.0 on August 29th at 5:00pm. Would like to trade for a table for 2 on either the 30th or 31st. Dinner reservations only, please.

3 days in Frankfurt - Please kindly review and provide feedback to my eating itinerary.

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:55:27 GMT

Thank you from one Charles to another! We'll exchange notes after our trip! Should be fun! Have fun!

Best restaurant/foodie experiences in Corfu

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 09:55:49 GMT

Bumping this to see if anyone can suggest anything

Restaurant recommendations in Split/Dubrovnik/Hvar?

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 02:45:28 GMT

Any restaurant recommendations in or near Split/Dubrovnik/Hvar? We are in Croatia for 10 days and would definitely travel for a memorable meal. Thanks!

Amsterdam dining

Thu, 29 Mar 2018 03:36:37 GMT

Will be there 2 days in April and open to suggestions for lunches and dinners. Not heavy food or Michelin stars.

Rice Table

Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:51:32 GMT

It's been a couple of years, but Max was amazing.

Thessaloniki, Greece, May 19th-22nd

Wed, 28 Mar 2018 16:12:36 GMT

Hi! we´re a Group of 6 adventurous eaters in their early to mid thirties looking forward to eat our way through Thessaloniki May 19th-22nd. We´re especially keen on having family style meals, in order to sample as many dishes as possible, so I guess Mezede will be our thing, but we´re open to anything. Annoulas post here seems to be a great start, but it´s 7 years old, so we were wondering if anybody has been there recently, and would be willing to share some recommondation. Also I´m wondering if there are any special dishes in Season. Thank you in advance, all the best, Tobias

Restaurant recs in Frankfort, Hamburg, Berlin, and Munich

Mon, 26 Mar 2018 04:27:26 GMT

All four are very large cities. Your parameters are too vague to get much useful recommendations. It would be helpful if you can post where they are staying at. Also be more specific on their budget (low to medium have different meaning to different people), type of food (all the cities have traditional as well as contemporary german/Easter European cooking plus tons of ethnic eating places) and also the time of the year..

Traveling to Nuremberg and Bamberg in June

Sat, 24 Mar 2018 17:25:09 GMT

Hello All - I am traveling with my parents through France, Germany and Vienna. I have no problem finding places to eat that are interesting in France and Vienna but Nuremberg hasn't given me a lot of insight other than that we must try their local sausages (not something I really need to be convinced of). I was hoping someone on here might have some recommendations that are relatively recent from Nuremberg and Bamberg. Thanks!

Noma 2.0 Extra seat 4/21

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 16:04:14 GMT

Hi! Is this seat still available?

Amsterdam, Berlin or Paris (or ???) for Active (walking), Cultural, Foodie (fine-dining & exotic) 5-day City Trip in July? (

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 10:28:10 GMT

I could easily fill five days in all three cities with enough walking, museums, and eating adventures to guarantee a happy holiday. Considering the most diversity and range of options, I would vote for Paris. Of the three Paris has the higher population and would offer the widest variety for you to choose from. Of course, bigger is not always better. But given their larger international population, you will benefit from a greater range of 'exotic' cuisines, whatever your definition of 'exotic' may be. Admittedly, I am biased towards Paris and all things French because it was my first foreign language obsession. Since then I have been blessed with many (but still not enough) opportunities to travel to and spend chunks of limited time in France, most recently in Paris. What I love about Paris is the endless options of amazing food (everything from Michelin-level pampering to quasi-street-food for a fraction of the costs of the former), the jaw-dropping architecture (and related history) (of the three cities, it's the one whose buildings did not weather the ravages of war and past altercations, to a certain degree, of course), and art/design/inherent beauty of a place. Unfortunately, given these pluses, space is at a high premier and of all the places I have visited and lived in, the accommodations are on the 'very tiny' side. I've never stayed in a place with a swimming pool, but I'm sure they must exist in the larger chain hotels (perhaps) or even in the hotels just on the fringes of the city limits? Another place that I would consider to meet all your requirements and where I have indeed stayed at places with swimming pools is Tokyo. But if you're going to fly from Belgium to Tokyo, I"d recommend a longer visit than five day; five days will barely give you enough time to get a dizzying dose of that densely populated mecca of Shinto shrines sandwiched next to steel skyscrapers (many of which sport infinity swimming pools and spas on their higher floors), crazy Pachinko parlours emitting ear-splitting raucous, and some of the most 'exotic' foods I have had the opportunity to try (whether I wanted to or not). I remember living there when Tokyo's restaurants garnered more Michelin-stars than France so you will will not be disappointed with the level of dining in Tokyo. However, July is not a time of year when I would want to be walking through its streets: very humid, hot and muggy.

Looking to join a table at Noma 2.0 4/18-4/22

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 21:14:12 GMT

Hello! I would love to fill an empty seat in your reservation between 4/18 to 4/22. Lunch or dinner is fine with me. Looking forward to hearing from you! Thanks!

Fruili - Alta Badia - Garda Itinerary

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 20:14:27 GMT

At least parts of that list were from me and i wouldn’t suggest it in that form anymore. Up to clivi it is pretty much conventional but good wine making, the kind of wines that first put friuli on the map. The second half, with further additions (like already mentioned radikon) is biodynamic/natural winemaking, orange wines, etc... Depending in your taste in wines, you will love one group and strongly dislike the other. For visits, contact the ones you are interested in to see who speaks english and can accomodate you. Radikon does speak English, for example. (And has beautiful rooms, if you are interested).

Het Ketelhuis-- Utrecht, The Netherlands

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 20:05:47 GMT

Thank you for your response. We will be coming from America, so steak, hamburgers, fries -- we'd like a break! I have wanted to see Utrecht for many years, so we are not too sad that Rotterdam is for the next trip. We have been to Bologna many many many times. We will be there during the book fair, so I am not sure we will battle our way into the "best" trattorie or restaurants, but if we find something new and wonderful, we will be sure to report it. We will definitely share our experiences of Utrecht. Thanks again//kit

Imerovigli, Santorini during August

Sat, 10 Mar 2018 04:41:43 GMT

Hi Suzette, I’ll be going to Santorini in early September. Where did you eat that you enjoyed? I’m probably staying in Kamari.

Anyone interested in sharing Noma 2 reservation?

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 23:39:35 GMT

Hi I would be interested in sharing a table. There reservations for summer are opening up on Mar. 5. I was going to put my name down too

Staub Basix and other OEM's

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:19:01 GMT

Ah, I didn't know that. I'm new and am reading lots of older stuff. ;-)