(A little background: Chef René Redzepi‘s Noma is best known for Scandinavian dishes that make use of local foraged ingredients. In 2014 it was ranked, once again, the best restaurant in the world.)
Mere mortals have to wait several months to land a table at the 45-seat restaurant. Bam Bam, on the other hand, probably walked right on in.
Bronsolini may not have dined on the restaurant’s standout dish, winter potatoes cooked in fermented barley, but he clearly feasted on an impressive array of perfectly-composed plates.
Here’s a look at Bronson’s recently-grammed, multiple-course feast at Noma. (Note: We failed to include the last five courses—all dessert. Deal with it.)
What it is: fresh berries in herbs
What it is: live langoustine
What it is: flower tart
What it is: summer peas with chamomile
What it is: hay-smoked quail egg
What it is: Danish beef tartare with celery and black ants
What it is: sea urchin with hazelnuts
What it is: caramelized cabbage with rose petals and greens
What it is: shaved cod liver on burnt milk
What it is: roasted baby cucumber with ants and scallop fudge
What it is: savory Danish doughnuts with bitter greens and grasshoppers
What it is: barbecued summer onions
What it is: Danish squid with black currant sauce
What it is: seaweed broth with blackberries, cherries, and cured turbot roe
What it is: butternut squash with Finnish caviar
Check out his Instagram for the complete list of dishes, including five dessert courses.
(All photos via Instagram)