Head Chef of Noma to Open Restaurant in Copenhagen

People ente the Noma restaurant  in Copenhagen, on April 27, 2010 the day after Noma was chosen for the world's best restaurant, according to S. Pellegrino Worlds 50 Best Restaurants Award, which was awarded in London last night.
Bye-bye. Photo: CASPER CHRISTOFFERSEN/AFP/Getty Images

Matt Orlando, the head chef at Noma for over two years, is leaving to open his own place along Copenhagen's harbor. Amass, which is scheduled to debut on July 1, will be more casual than Noma, and it won't serve up Nordic food. The restaurant will have a chef's garden, communal table, and fare influenced by Orlando's American heritage. This could mean the greatest short ribs on earth. [Politiken via Eater]