Often called the world's most influential restaurant, René Redzepi's iconic Copenhagen spot has never achieved the guide's highest rating.
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The country has cut its food waste by 25 percent in five years.
Ben Ing will take over the acclaimed restaurant's kitchen next month.
The acclaimed Danish restaurant's casual spinoff will host a 13-week pop-up before officially opening in late spring.
"At one point you'll just be empty, you'll start repeating yourself, and then it's time to leave."
Chef René Redzepi plans to reopen it as an urban farm in 2017.
Not even Noma, which still rocks two.
"Expect lots of craziness, lots of action, and a trip to Japan," says Redzepi. Also, there's an eight-month training period.
The event takes place in August.
New Nordic s'mores also make an appearance.
The place is open and airy, which the chef says helps with "stepping very much away from the traditional steel cage" kitchen style.
Ticket distribution is a little different this year.
Time to take out the trash, then eat it.
Sunburned and drunk Norwegian men don't always react well to eating live ants.
All the starred chefs will align in Copenhagen later this month.
The world's best restaurant is getting a touch-up.
The world's best restaurant may also be its illest, but not in a good way.
Expect a chef's garden, communal table, and short ribs.
Björn Frantzén says sourcing local ingredients doesn't always yield the best results.
The birthplace of In-N-Out strikes a blow to fast food while the owner of the so-called "best restaurant in the world" doesn't rely on staff to source his kitchen.