This Is Officially the Best Restaurant in the World
If you have a chance to eat anywhere in the world, it should be at Noma in Copenhagen.
It’s far from the first time Noma has received the distinguished accolade: It took home the top spot in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014. Just a few weeks ago, it was also awarded three Michelin Stars—making its critical culinary acclaim, well, universal and uncontested.
Why makes Noma so spectacular? For starters, a focus on local and hyper-seasonal ingredients, especially wild caught fish and foraged plants. During the fall, they’re serving a “game and forest” pre-fixe menu: “Expect lots of preserved greens and flowers that we have foraged over the summer, together with mushrooms, berries and everything the forest has to offer,” they explain on their website. Come January, the menu will be refocused on seafood and seaweed sourced from the surrounding Arctic waters. Then, in summer, it’s vegetable season.
“Noma has arguably been the most influential restaurant of its generation, setting new standards in terms of research and ingredient sourcing, dish development and presentation. It has become one of the most sought-after dining destinations by consumers from all over the world and we are delighted to announce it as this year’s No.1,” William Drew, Director of Content for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, said in a statement.
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