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Two former Noma sous-chefs have joined forces and opened the restaurant BROR, which focuses mainly on the Nordic cuisine. The restaurant has a Bib Gourmand in Guide Michelin Nordic Cities 2014.
Samuel Nutter and Victor Wågman have previously worked the pots and pans at the world-renowned Michelin-star restaurant Noma in Copenhagen. Now they have opened restaurant BROR in the heart of the Danish capital.
The word "bror" means brother in Danish and symbolises care, honesty and respect, which are the exact values that makes the restaurant.
The two chefs are inspired by Nordic cuisine, and their restaurant can accommodate 46 guests. It's possible to order à la carte or try their tasting menu.
The food is simple but good and is made with ingredients from the Northern European region. The men behind BROR describe the menu as "an intersection between comfort and innovation - in both taste and choice of ingredients".
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