Popl: the burger ban by Redzepi
On the pier of Christianshavn the history of the Noma began more than ten years ago. Today, René Redzepi’s restaurant welcomes guests in the rural area on the border of Christiania, after the move that has given the project a more suitable space to grow. But Strandgade continues to be a prolific creative hub for the group led by the Danish chef. Popl is the latest invention by Noma: a burger and wine bar designed to welcome the people of Copenhagen, while the city awaits the return of foreign tourists.
Popl by Noma
Popl, from the Latin popolus, is nothing more than a stable concretization of the concept conceived the day after the first lockdown in the garden of the Noma. An accessible table, in price, that follows the appreciated proposal during the weeks of spring pop up, expanding the offer without betraying the informal style of the concept. The undisputed protagonist is the hamburger, not detached from the work on fermentation that has become a trademark of Noma. In addition to the classic burger and cheeseburger, in fact, you can order the vegetarian and vegan variants of the burger: the meat, in this case, is replaced by a medallion of quinoa cooked and fermented, to reach the consistency of tempeh. Accompanying sides include chips, coleslaw, pickles and fermented peppers; for dessert, ice cream. And to drink natural wines, beer and cocktails.
Popl – Copenaghen – Strandgade, 108 – poplburger.com
by Livia Montagnoli