Thursday, May 15, 2014

Copenhagen's Noma Restaurant Is Acclaimed Once Again As The Best In The World...

I'm not planning to go to Copenhagen to find out if it's true but Restaurants Magazine have acclaimed Noma restaurant with its executive chef Rene Redzepi as the best in the world for some years.
The food looks, well, interesting with the ingredients for the Nordic styled cuisine foraged from the local forests and shores.
Before you rush to make a booking for the $435 a head starter menu, have a look here or,
if you want to see the rest of the best,
have a look here.
They all cost an arm and a leg, either rare, medium rare or well done...


  1. I think they do the best insect cuisine? I might have to pay them a visit when I am over there...!

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  4. The balls are not fish balls. We could call them ball-shaped pancakes. The Danish word - æbleskiver. They are fried in a pan with 7 holes. Mostly eaten in the period before Christmas and served with jam and sugar together with hot red wine, spices, raisins and chopped almonds -gløgg.

    1. Thankyou for that Hanne.
      Why do they have seven holes?
      Have you eaten at this restaurant?

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  6. It's avery old tradition with seven holes in the pan. It would be possible to find one with nine og more holes. But it's not common in private homes - even today. Some japanese pans having more holes might be useful for the purpose.

    About Noma - I haven't been there. Would perhaps like to go for the ecperience - of cuisine-art. But using around 1000 NZ-dollars to get a meal?? I would prefere to go to the West Coast of Jutland. In few weeks it's possible to buy new potatoes and asparagus along the road. Then buy some fish from the local fishing boats on the Beach. Make a barbecue there and enjoy the meal while looking at the sunset. It doesn't get better, and Noma can't compete with that.

  7. The Thailand resturants also use the pans to make small stuffed rce pancakes.I had one of these pans.I use to cook these rice pancakes with crawfish tails in middle.No charge$$$.Free

  8. Confirms my suspicion about food critics: They want to appear to have such exalted palates, they are beyond the ordinary so the more outrageous & disgusting a dish appears to we normal folks, the more they praise it.