The holy grail for foodies
Noteworthy for: Two Michelin-starred Noma has been consistently named 'best restaurant in the world' by several renowned publications.
The hottest restaurant on the planet is dedicated to the cuisine of one of its coldest regions. Noma is short for nordatlantiskl mad, or North Atlantic food, and chef Rene Redzepi is fanatical about ultra-fresh Nordic produce, sourcing fish from Iceland and Greenland, vegetables from local farmers, hunting out obscure grains and foraging for berries and herbs.
Over a 20-course set menu, diners are treated to creative and sublimely delicious flavour combinations, belied by simple descriptions such as oyster and gooseberries and duck and beets.
In the very likely event you can't get a table, you can go and stare longingly at the building, an old Christianshavn warehouse once used, appropriately enough, for storing Nordic produce for trade.