La familia viajaba en vacaciones a Macedonia y Redzepi recuerda los veranos entre una exuberante vegetación y una riqueza natural sorprendentes. René Redzepi at Los Taquitos de PM. He gambled it all on a seven-week pop-up in the Mexican Caribbean. René Redzepi nació en Copenhague, Dinamarca, en 1977. Tiene «dos estrellas michelín» y en 2010, 2011, 2012 y 2014 ha sido considerado por el jurado de la revista Restaurant el mejor restaurante del mundo. Mucho se ha dicho del chef danés, su exclusivo restaurante y los galardones que ha recibido a través de los años. Rene Redzepi is in love with Mexico, its way of eating, and its tacos. Credit Sean Donnola For “ In Search of the Perfect Taco ” in T’s Fall Men’s Style issue, Jeff Gordinier traveled to Mexico with the renowned Danish chef René Redzepi to explore the nation’s complex, misunderstood cuisine. Success in Japan led the next year to Noma Sydney, which is where planning began for a seven-week run (April 12 through May 28) in Mexico.

Su padre, de origen macedonio, y su madre, danesa, trabajaban en la cocina de una cafetería. In a Good Food exclusive, Jill Dupleix catches up with the highly influential chef behind Noma on his seventh research trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, before opening Noma Mexico in April 2017. 923.8k Followers, 3,240 Following, 892 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Rene Redzepi (@reneredzepinoma) Sin embargo, la llegada de otro gigante no deja de emocionar: “René Redzepi abrirá NOMA en México”. Such is the reputation of Noma and its chef, Rene Redzepi, that tickets for all the $800-per-person dinners sold out in two hours. Los chefs Roberto Solís y René Redzepi son viejos amigos.Su amistad de 13 años se ha fortalecido, entre otras cosas, por una pasión en común: los ingredientes de Yucatán y sus ganas de que el mundo conozca la gastronomía de México. René Redzepi - courtesy of his Instagram You might be aware of René Redzepi's admiration for Mexican cuisine; the world-famous chef, whose Noma restaurant is currently ranked third in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list, told the New York Times towards the end of last year that Mexican cuisine was the “sleeping giant” of global gastronomy. The first was in 2015, when the team flew to Tokyo for a five-week pop-up. When René Redzepi was told that none of what he aimed to achieve in Mexico would be remotely close to what he had imagined, it awakened an appetite for the adrenaline generated by great challenges. En la Ciudad de México se ubican un sinfín de propuesta culinarias de alto nivel. René Redzepi (Copenhague, 1977) es el jefe de cocina y copropietario del restaurante Noma de Copenhague. Like a true explorer, he did not settle for someone else's vision.