Considered by some the best restaurant in the world, Noma has moved temporarily from its Copenhagen, Denmark, home to the Tokyo's Mandarin Oriental, in Japan. From January 9 to February 14, they will serve a new menu based on local products, completely different from its original menu. Check it out:

The fixed menu at Noma, including wine pairing, costs 64,900 Yen ($550). The dishes change depending on what is available on the market. Here you have a few examples:

[Above: Langoustine and ants]

Green strawberries with cheese

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Assorted citrus with Okinawa chili peppers

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Shaved ankimo toast

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Cuttlefish "soba" and a cold broth of roses

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Scallops

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Clam pie

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Sea urchin pie

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Chilled cucumber and green strawberries, sake and basil flowers

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Tofu and shaved walnuts

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Pumpkin simmered with kelp and salted cherry blossoms

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Raw squid

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Fermented black garlic leather

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Things from under the ground

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Wild duck brushed with rye soy and cooked slowly over fire

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Roasted turnip in green sauce

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Dessert of sweet rice and sake

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Sweet potato slow cooked in raw sugar

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Paste of sweet cep mushroom coated in chocolate

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All pictures from the Instagram of Ivan Orkin (@ramenjunkie) and René Redzepi (@reneredzepinoma).


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