The original Noma opened in Copenhagen 15 years ago, surprising guests with its inventive offerings, like dishes disguised as herb pots. Noma was voted number one restaurant in the world four times. But not too long ago, Chef René Redzepi shut everything down. And this latest move could give them back the title.
Noma closed at the end of 2016 before opening its new space in February 2018.
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Inside One Of The World’s Best Restaurants, Noma