Claus Meyer co-owns the gourmet restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, which holds three Michelin stars and was announced in Restaurant Magazine in 2010 and 2011 as the world’s best restaurant.
Claus is a culinary advisor, a lecturer having given around 700 lectures on food quality and related issues, and also an Adjunct Professor at the Royal Veterinary Agricultural University of Copenhagen from (2006 until 2011). Claus hosted his own television series, Meyers Køkken on national Danish television and is also cookbook author, and co-author of Lærebog for Human Ernæing. In 1999, Claus opened the doors to Meyers Madhus on Nørrebrogade, Copenhagen, which offers cooking courses, gastronomical experiences, inspiration and education for children and adults as well as professionals. Teambuilding, pampering visits and cooking courses take place in e.g. Meyers Madhus in the heart of Copenhagen, on Norra Mosshult in Sweden and in Lilleø.In 1999, Claus Meyer founded Meyer Canteens which today runs more than 45 canteens.
He established the Nordic Food Lab together with chef René Redzepi of Noma; this is a non profit food laboratory. Claus was the driving force behind Nordisk Køkken Symposium, which in 2004 gathered opinion formers from all over the world to discuss the Nordic cuisine’s possibilities and potential for developing the industries involved.