You’ll have to Dine at Least For Once in Your Life at NOMA, The Best Restaurant in the World. It’s A Total Feast!

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Noma, opened in 2003, is known for its reinvention and interpretation of the Nordic Cuisine. It is a two Michelin star restaurant, and now is ranked as the Best Restaurant in the World by Restaurant magazine. Here we’ll show you what a meal at Noma looks like, and, for God’s sake, I swear I’ll dine at least for once there!

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The first appetizer was actually hidden in the table arrangement. It consisted of malt flatbread and juniper.

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“moss and cep,”—fried reindeer moss and mushrooms.

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Crispy pork skin and black currant. 

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Cookies and cheese, rockets and stems served in a gorgeous decorative tin.

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Blue mussels and celery arrived on a beautifully arranged plate.

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Caramelized milk and cod liver.

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Rye, chicken skin, and peas.

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Potato and chicken liver.

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The Hen and the Egg is one of Noma’s specialties.

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To eat the radish, soil and grass, diners must actually pluck the radish out of malt soil and dip it into a creamy sauce.

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Herb toast and smoked cod roe.

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Æbleskiver and muikku—Nordic-style pancakes wrapped around preserved fish. Another Noma classic.

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Oh, and here’s the bread basket—not a basket at all.

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Feeling full yet? That was just the appetizers!

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The first main course was squid and unripe sloe berry served with white currant and pine. Moya said it had a “great silky texture.”

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The sea urchin and cream with dill and cucumber was visually pleasing, but not one of Moya’s favorites.

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Next came Limfjords oysters and seaweed with gooseberry and buttermilk, served on a bed of rocks.

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Followed by chestnuts and lojrom with walnuts and rye.

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Pike perch and cabbages, verbena and dill.

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Celeriac and truffle.

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This dish, pickled vegetables and bone marrow with browned butter and parsley, was a favorite of the night.

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At last, the final dish of the main course: wild duck and beets with beech and malt.

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Take a deep breath…it’s time for dessert.

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First up: Gammel Dansk, a bitter local liquor, served with cucumber, white chocolate, and celery. It was another favorite.

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Carrot and sea buckthorn. 

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A parade of petit fours arrived next.

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They included toffee inside bone marrow (on the left).

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Moya even got a sneak peek inside the kitchen.

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This is where the rock plates used in the oyster dish are kept chilled.

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