Danish cuisine reigns supreme, according to some of the planet's most prominent eaters.
S. Pellegrino's annual "World's 50 Best Restaurants" list was released on April 26 at a celebrity-chef-studded event in London, England, marking the ninth edition of the much buzzed-about (and hotly debated) catalogue of the international culinary landscape.
The No. 1 spot goes to Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark. The restaurant, helmed by chef René Redzepi, ranked No. 3 in 2009. The Guardian newspaper's restaurant critic Jay Rayner - better known to U.S. food fans as a judge on "Top Chef Masters" - agrees with the judges' decision.
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