I decided to open a restaurant in Copenhagen long before I returned to Denmark from the States. I wanted to move to the North Sea, to local farmers with their unique products. When Renée Rexhepi (the owner of the Noma restaurant in Copenhagen. – Forbes) offered me to be the chef in his kitchen, I immediately agreed – there was a great opportunity to return to Denmark. I did not know when and how I would manage to open my restaurant. Continue reading
Restaurants have long ceased to be a place where they come just to eat. To cope with the competition, their owners are trying to make their facilities as individual as possible. But, at times, their impulses acquire hypertrophied forms, and restaurants fall into the lists of the strangest thematic places.
1. Automated restaurant (San Francisco, USA)
Relatively recently, a restaurant opened in San Francisco, which does not quite match the idea of a traditional eating place. Easta has no lively staff at all. Continue reading