Noma in Copenhagen named world’s best restaurant
09 October 2021 | 12:50 pm
Copenhagen’s Noma has been named the world’s best restaurant in the 50 Best Restaurants awards. The high-end eatery has been credited with reinventing Nordic cuisine. It reworks its menu every season, creating a new creative and aesthetic language of cooking.
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