Noma / København

Strandgade 93 Christianhavn København 1401
Opening Hours
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 16:00
top trending 3992 votes
4.8
Critic Reviews @ Noma
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Noma Following what chef-owner René Redzepi calls a ‘restaurant mid-life crisis’, Noma has dramatically re-taken the top spot in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. ... continue The World's 50 Best Restaurants
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Noma Topping the S.Pellegrino ‘World’s Best Restaurants’ list in 2010 and 2011, this Michelin-starred restaurant has become a Holy Grail for... ... continue Lonely Planet
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Noma Voted the world’s best restaurant in 2010, 2011 and 2012, Noma offers reinterpretations of traditional Nordic cuisine by drawing on an intricate ne... ... continue unlike
Blogger Reviews @ Noma
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Noma Experience the heavenly lightness of good food with ingredients which originates from the Northern countries. New Danish Cuisine. René Redzepi is a genious! 2-stars Michelin ... continue Very Good Food · Blog
Noma rules once more
Noma rules once more For the third time my beloved Noma has been declared the world’s number one restaurant at Restaurant Magazine’s and San Pellegrino’s The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Congratulations ... continue Very Good Food · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Noma
Soso Tran en
Noma, currently at number 5 on the list of the best restaurants in the world. I tried not to get my hopes up or have any expectations, but it was hard not to... All the serving and kitchen staff came out to greet as as we arrived. There were a couple of steps at the entrance and I was carried down like a queen on her throne. The chefs coming out to go through each course was a nice and personal touch. You have to really come here with an open mind and be willing to try anything. Some dishes were interesting with flavours unlike anything that's ever touched my lips. The only course I couldn't do was the sea urchin which you were supposed to do in three bites. I'd never had it before and could just about chew and swallow the first, let alone three. I suppose it's an acquired taste? Some dishes were like you scooped a pile of leaves from the ground, and if you look closely, you'll notice something edible which resembled a twig of leaves full of ants! That was a bit tangy. There was no doubt in the quality of the ingredients. I wasn't very impressed with the wine pairing though, as I didn't feel they complimented the dishes as well as they could have. Service was impeccable. They replaced your napkin with a clean fresh one each time you left the table to use the facilities. In terms of wheelchair access, there were a couple of steps to get in, as previously mentioned, and toilets were spacious, but there were no grab handles. It was an unforgettable experience. The tour of the kitchen and behind the scenes at the end was a nice touch. This however, was the most expensive meal I've had to date, if you consider the cost of getting to and staying in Copenhagen for it too. I'm glad I managed to do it and can now cross it off my list :) GooglePlace - February 2017
Mr Bullfinch en
I came here while it was voted the best resurant in the world. I thought it was a very good concept, but found it to be very over rated! The staff were absolutely horrible, and were slightly confused regarding working there and owning the place. From where I was sitting I could hear them insulting the guests on their arrival, only to give them air kisses once inside. Had the taster menu, there were a few nice courses, and they all looked amazing, but thats the problem with flowers, they look and smell beautiful, but taste wise not so great. I'm glad it's not voted No1 anymore, if only to bring the over arrogant staff down a peg or two. GooglePlace - February 2017
Jennifer Dempsey en
The food was amazing of course. A real delightful sensory experience, one of a kind. The missing stars are due to service. No drink in the lounge. A completely rushed meal. They even took a plate while I was visibly eating; they asked me to hold the food item in my hand instead! At the end I was hurried out the door. I put my gloves and hat on at the bench outside. We were not the last table by far, no one was waiting for our spot. There were tables still eating. The hurried pace was uncomfortable. GooglePlace - February 2017
Rutger Wilhelmi en
Noma is not a traditional restaurant it's an experience. Upon arrival we where greeted by the owner and staff. We shared a table in a seperate room with 10 other guests from all over the world. Noma is a culinary journey you take with the other guests. Our journey was greatley enhanced having the possibility to share the experience with the other guest. I have never met such dedicated, knowledgeable and proud staff. I can highly recommend a visit to Noma. GooglePlace - February 2017
Adam Pierce en
Eating at Noma was a wonderful experience. It really can't be explained, it must be experienced. Nina serves interesting and delicious food, has a pleasant and welcoming environment and amazingly kind and attentive staff. Just wonderful in every way. GooglePlace - December 2016