Copenhagen restaurant to to open pop-up location at Mexican hotel

Colibri Boutique Hotels has announced its new collaboration with Copenhagen restaurant noma, which was awarded several world's-best-restaurant titles and two Michelin stars.

From April 12, 2017 through May 28, 2017, Noma Mexico will take up residency under the canopy of the jungle, and just steps away from the Colibri boutique hotel La Zebra, in Tulum on the Mexican Riviera.

The Noma Mexico “pop-up” – the latest from the noma team after similar residencies in Tokyo and Sydney – will see René Redzepi reunite with friend and former sous-chef Rosio Sanchéz (Hija de Sanchez) to develop a new and original menu using only local and indigenous Mexican ingredients.

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Working with Sanchez and a small group of international chefs, the noma team have already begun to develop their vision for the Noma Mexico residency, traveling across the country in search of inspiration, flavors and preparations from Mexico City to Ensenada, from Chiapas to Puebla, from Oaxaca to Guadalajara, and throughout the Yucatán Peninsula.

Noma Mexico will be situated outdoors between the Caribbean Sea and the canopy of the jungle, just steps away from La Zebra boutique hotel.

Noma Mexico opens its doors on April 12, 2017.

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