Noma closed its Copenhagen location at the end of 2016.
Ranked the #1 restaurant in the world for years running, a meal at Noma is a must-have experience for anyone interested in food. Course after course (we stopped counting at about 17) of inventive and unique tastes are delivered to your table and explained by the chef who cooked it as your wine glass is constantly refilled. Plan for a full afternoon or evening (3-4 hours). Securing a reservation takes some doing and usually must be done months in advance but it is worth the effort.
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Surreal Dining at Noma
Noma restaurant, Denmark’s sole Michelin two-star establishment, has claimed the title of BEST RESTAURANT IN THE WORLD on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list for the past three years. It is known for its innovative and inventive approach to Nordic cuisine. Not too stuffy. The decor is what I expect from the Danes: understated, natural, classy, slightly Beowulf: light pouring in from the waterfront, wood floor, exposed brick and beams, simple chairs draped in wooly animal skins (?). The menu consists of three prix-fixe options ranging from “Noma’s lunch menu for the busy” to the 12-course, four-hour option. Denmark & The Danes: http://bit.ly/15aiVrj