Having lost the title last year to Spain’s “El Celler de Can Roca”, last April, the Danish restaurant “Noma” reclaimed the title of world’s best restaurant for the fourth time.
The two Michelin star restaurant in Copenhagen, which serves Nordic specialities in a dockside warehouse, topped the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list compiled by 900 international experts for Britain’s Restaurant magazine.
The restaurant’s head chef Rene Redzepi paid tribute to his staff, calling them his “inspiration”, when he collected the coveted prize.
Moreover,Redzepi and his crew are shipping the restaurant out to Japan in early 2015 for two months, where they will seek to apply their philosophy to Japanese ingredients. But for now Noma can celebrate its 10th anniversary on top of the world once again.