Chef Rene Redzepi's Noma has been called the best restaurant in the world, and the influential nature of his locally-foraged menu is hard to overstate. For those who can manage to score a reservation here, the experience is akin to poetry on a plate, with ingredients and techniques combining in ways meant to challenge the way we think about food. The twenty-course menu could have you eating ants, grasshoppers, raw shrimp "ravioli," lobster broth, or bone marrow, though many of the dishes will not look the way you expect them to. The prices are understandably high, but food this artistic deserves to be treated like theater.
+45 23 67 39 86
Noma, Strandgade, Denmark
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