Denmark’s Noma Displaces Can Roca as World’s Best Restaurant 1

Rene Redzepi Noma

Spanish “Can Roca” Relegated to Second Place

Belinda Goldsmith writes for–Danish restaurant Noma was crowned the world’s best restaurant on Monday, pipping last year’s Spanish winner to reclaim the increasingly influential title it held for three straight years that guarantees a waiting list for diners.

Noma’s chef-owner Rene Redzepi, 36, with his new Nordic cuisine, knocked Spain’s El Celler De Can Roca into second place at an award ceremony at London’s Guildhall attended by influential chefs and food writers from around the globe.



The World’s Best Restaurant is Spanish–Again 2

Celler Can Roca

After two years as runner-up in the annual 50 Best Restaurants of the World competition organized by London’s Restaurant magazine, a family-run eatery in a Spanish provincial capital was declared in London yesterday the world’s best restaurant. More…