It seems unlikely that Noma, a Copenhagen, Denmark restaurant serving hyper-local “cold weather cuisine,” would top British magazine The Restaurant’s prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Even more unlikely is that the United States would place eight restaurants on the list, more than any other country, with three of them finishing in the Top 10. But whatever happened to Gordon Ramsay? Noma ended the four-year reign of molecular gastronomy pioneer Ferran Adria’s legendary El Bulli ...

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