The famed “Noma” restaurant in Copenhagen won its third star with “Michelin’s Guide”, a long-awaited accolade for the site, which won the title of the world’s best restaurant for many years, and the chef in charge of it, Rene Redseby, is one of the best chefs in the world today.
After maintaining a two-star rating for twelve years (2008-2020), the restaurant, which is one of the most popular in Europe and around the world, has a new list of three-star restaurants in Scandinavia announced on Monday with Mimo. Restaurant in the Norwegian capital Oslo.
Michelin’s mentor Noma wrote in a statement that it was an “urban oasis” that was given a three-star rating in recognition of its “strong connection with nature” and its holistic approach to the use of unusual seasonal ingredients in creative and complex diets.Monte Carlo.
The famous restaurant guide pointed out that “Noma” “returned strong” after the Govt-19 epidemic, which forced it to close its doors for several months. Noma opened the doors in central Copenhagen in 2003, and in 2018 moved to a location a short distance from the center of the Danish capital.
According to Restaurant Magazine, Noma has been named the best restaurant in the world four times (2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014). It ranked second in the world in 2019. It is a matter of controversy in this field that it has not been given a three star rating.
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