Noma Crowned World’s Best Restaurant
If you fancy eating at the world’s best restaurant then you need to buy tickets to Danish capital Copenhagen.
For the city’s Noma restaurant, which specialises in Nordic food, has just been voted the world’s best restaurant for the third consecutive year in awards organised by Restaurant Magazine and sponsored by S. Pellegrino & Acqua Panna that recognise the world’s top 50 eateries.
Spain took the second and third places (El Celler de Can Roca, Girona, was second and Mugaritz, San Sebastian, third), while the UK had three entries in the list. Of these, Heston Blumenthal was at the helm of two – London’s Dinner at number nine and Bray’s Fat Duck at number 13. The other entry was The Ledbury, London, which has Australian chef Brett Graham heading up the kitchen.