The now closed 108 - the Kristian Baumann headed restaurant in the NOMA family. Kristian Baumann comes from the NOMA kitchen and family, and the new Nordic kitchen with fresh ingredients was very present at 108. This afternoon was an offer we bought. And we have done that, and do not do that again, that is never a good experience. That should not be hold against 108.
The food had a 100% control of the technic needed to make Michelin level food, and the taste was very balanced and interesting. The wine pairing was fine, maybe a bit unadventurous (which I think is very much what to expect for an offer - which the service levels was under strain of as well, these offers can turn even AOC into something very unadventurous, which we have tried)
The Copenhagen food scene at the time (and to this day) had (and have) these flavors very present, so this was a very nice and pleasant experience, and maybe a bit bland. To be fair, when you are in the NOMA family, I think you are held up to a higher standard, which is not 108s fault, but it was.
I am sad this was the only time I got to try 108, but I have tried KOAN (Kristian Baumann's new Korean restaurant) take-away and will definitely try the restaurant once they have a more permanent residence