Noma 2.0: Reinventing the 'Best Restaurant in the World'

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Chef-owner Rene Redzepi shuttered his award-winning restaurant to rethink everything. This video goes behind the scenes at the new Noma in its frantic final days before re-opening. Photo: Alexander Hotz/The Wall Street Journal.

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