Bon Vivant Communications presents with great pleasure The Dinner Party 33 “The Noma Experience” at four times voted “The World’s Best Restaurant” NOMA in Copenhagen, Saturday August 1st.

Offering only a limited seating of 16 notabilities at this international very highly acclaimed restaurant – offering Champagne, 20+ innovative new nordic servings de luxe, a biodynamic connoisseur wine menu, mineral water, gourmet coffee/tea, delicious petit fours and avecs in a sensuous private dining room with a full view of the Copenhagen Harbour.

Furthermore, as a cherry on the top, a private guided tour of the kitchen and “battle station” of Noma – situated just next to the private dining room.



Noma – currently ranked No. 3 in the world – continues to take an innovative and inventive approach to both its cooking and its strictly local sourcing and foraging. Chef-patron René Redzepi’s food can at times be shocking, visceral even, but it strives to reflect the Danish landscape and culture.

Through its menu of numerous small appetisers and courses to its stunning array of ‘treats’ that round off the meal, there’s always at least one dish that makes you feel glad to be alive. In fact it seems as though a new level of creativity flows out of the restaurant these years.

As always the guest list remains a secret to the public and will only be shared in details among the participants. Menu and wines will be served découverte, meaning presented and discovered on the night of the dinner party as a part of the New Nordic storytelling.

Should hotel in Copenhagen be needed, we’re more than happy to help.

Price per cover is confidential. Please contact Kristian Brask Thomsen at for further information.

Thank you.


“The world’s best dinner party” – The Telegraph (November 2014)



Ambiance photos by Kasper Bergholt.


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The diplomacy speaks to a strong network of 500 journalists, bloggers and writers, as well as 2000+ luxury diners across the globe.



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