Now, THIS is the cool part, although it DID take me awhile to remember and I did need to confirm it with several folks, but I’VE BEEN TO NOMA.
The bad news is it that it was pre-blogging and so I have no documentation and also very little memory of it. Should I admit it was only 5 years ago?
I do remember that the restaurant was hard to find and that it was on some deserted quay across from a beautiful part of
About the food…I remember some simple, yet unusual for me, fish preparations. And I remember that we could see the kitchen from the dining room. But that’s IT! That’s all I remember! It’s hardly worth bragging that I’ve been there! Obviously, I need a second visit to refresh my memory and I won’t forget my camera this time.
PS I’ve been to El Bulli too, but long before Ferran Adria had invented (or some say “codified”) molecular gastronomy. He had arrived at El Bulli in 1981 in the era of Nouvelle Cuisine. This was the menu back then.
It was about 25 years ago, when we were living in
I remember large terracotta uneven tiles on the floor and maybe a wooden farm table in the front foyer of the restaurant. I also remember LOVING the food, but not what we actually ate. H(usband) has been there since and sent me pictures of each course. It looked amazing. I’m just glad I have my memories of the place, even though they are fleeting and fading fast.
Am I the only one to have such poor recall of great eating events? Remember, though, I am talking about the days before we took pictures of every salt cellar and bread stick.