Week in pictures

 db was lucky enough to wangle an invite to the hottest ticket in town (after the Olympics) courtesy of the lovely girls at Stir PR to the A Taste of Noma pop-up at Claridge’s. Throwing down the gauntlet from the start, head chef Rene Redzepi served an amuse bouche of live Danish ants, which cleared customs that morning, on a bed of lettuce leaves dolloped with crême fraiche. We can report that the ants tasted distinctly like lemongrass and were tickly on entry!

 

One Response to “Week in pictures”

  1. Lars Dahlager says:

    Dear Drinks Business
    I’m writing an article about the NOMA ants for the danish newspaper Politiken. I’m trying to get a picture of the dish. Would it be possible to use yours?

    Best regards, Lars Dahlager, Politiken, lars.dahlager@pol.dk

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