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For many purists, the artistry and soul of contemporary Danish cooking begins and ends with Noma, considered one of the best restaurants in the world.
One of the city’s several Michelin-starred restaurants, the Noma draws upon Greenland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands for its inspiration.
This restaurant is at the vanguard of new Nordic cuisine and Denmark's most highly acclaimed. Full review →
Noma, which is short for nordatlantiskl mad, or North Atlantic cuisine, is routinely voted one of the best restaurants in the world—that's with good reason, and that's a good warning. Full review →
This waterside restaurant serves gourmet Nordic cuisine, using fresh ingredients from all over Scandinavia. Full review →
The chef conjures up dishes such as bouillon of birch wine and mushrooms, chickweed and egg yolk; and reindeer and celery, woodruff and ramson onion capers. Full review →
Noma is a Holy Grail for gastronomes across the globe. Full review →
A converted harbourside warehouse is home to this understated and supremely stylish restaurant where the 75+ staff provide charming and highly attentive service.
Consistently voted the world’s best restaurant, Noma is peerless for otherworldly Nordic cuisine, immaculately presented – a menu of twenty courses (2500kr, including wine) in all.
Noma’s ability to remain fresh and to assimilate culinary cultures other than its own demonstrates not just the immense skill of Redzepi and his team, but also the global importance of Noma. Full review →
New Nordic Cuisine star René Redzepi romances local ingredients in such tour-de-force presentations as caramelized salsify with Gotland truffle purée, milk skin, and rapeseed oil. Full review →
Best known for its reinvention and interpretation of Nordic cuisine, Noma has come out of summer with a new look. Full review →