The world's best restaurant in 2014

Noma, a two Michelin star restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark, has again been voted The Best Restaurant in the World by Restaurant magazine. It also held this title in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

The name ‘Noma’ is a combination of two Danish words; ‘nordisk’ (Nordic) and ‘mad’ (food). Opened in 2003, this fantastic restaurant is known for its reinvention and interpretation of the Nordic Cuisine – the cuisine is described as Nordic/Scandinavian.

The restaurant is located in an old warehouse on the waterfront in the Christianshavn area in central Copenhagen. You can walk to this restaurant along the old cobbled streets and return to downtown Copenhagen by water taxi. The building is situated by the Greenlandic Trading Square which for 200 years was a centre for trade to and from the Faroe Islands, Finnmark, Iceland and Greenland.

In 2003 the warehouse was turned into North Atlantic House, a centre for the art and culture of the North Atlantic region. Noma was opened at the same time by Chef Rene Redzepi and Claus Meyer. The restaurant's interior was designed by Space Copenhagen.