Lendlease plans NOMA pop-up restaurant at Barangaroo

Lendlease plans NOMA pop-up restaurant at Barangaroo
Lendlease plans NOMA pop-up restaurant at Barangaroo

Rene Redzepi’s NOMA is attempting to put Lendlease's Barangaroo position on the global food map.

The developer and Tourism Australia has secured the Danish chef, of Copenhagen’s NOMA restaurant, to launch a pop-up eatery on the Barangaroo waterfront.

Briefly close his Danish restaurant, the team of more than 70 will have an antipodean NOMA at Barangaroo for just 10 weeks early next year.

NOMA joins 80 boutique food and retail operators hand-picked by Lendlease in a bid to transform the former shipping port in globally recognised destination, a $6 billion precinct.

Toby’s Estate coffee recently opened in the precinct, which is more than 70% leased, Lendlease retail chief Gary Horwitz told The ­Australian.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

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