Since going to Noma, several people have asked, "how was it? Just across one of the many bridges from Indre By,you’ll find Christianshavn.
An eclectic area with oldbrick lanes, houses dating back to the 16th century,and canals which are home to many boats and ships,some of which has been turned into restaurants or evenserve as fully furnished homes.
Seconds (literally) later, everything is all booked up; humanly impossible. But please note that it seems there was a technical problem.
What’s the likelihood of actually getting a seat from the waiting list? If the reservation is for just 2 persons then these are the hardest to get.
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We wanted to see if we would want to come back properly dressed some evening for dinner. First and foremost, making reservations at Noma are extremely difficult, especially if you are traveling from the US. My wife woke up at 4AM our time in the US to reserve our spot.If you have an Amex card, I'd call their travel concierge to help set it up, because I was unable to secure reservations on my own. We are foodies and travel the world for good food, unique experiences, and service.Unfortunately, Noma fell far below our expectations. I took my father, his friend, a very keen cousin and some (very reticent) elderly relatives to Noma. Return visit, tried the seafood experience season which was amazing came back with friends who are vegetarian for the vegetarian season.The best knownattraction in Chistianshavn is Christiania, a “freetown” of residents who squat on a former military Has anyone had this experience? But please note that it seems there was a technical problem.I was ready to book at soon as they opened the booking. If the reservation is for just 2 persons then these are the hardest to get. Worth trying and actually worth taking the trip just for Noma.