The latest edition of the prestigious French Michelin Guide has awarded ten stars to local Copenhagen restaurants including the Noma restaurant at Nordatlantisk Brygge, which was also rated 33rd this year in Restaurant Magazine's list of the worlds top 50 eateries. Copenhagen now has more Michelin stars than all the other Scandinavian capitals combined. Other restaurants awarded stars include the Ensemble in Tordenskjoldsgade, which serves traditional Danish dishes with an innovative touch, the tiny 20-seater Rasmus Oubk Restaurant, Formel B, the modern Scandinavian restaurant in Frederiksberg and the top Italian restaurant, Era Ora. The recognition from the Michelin Guide reflects the radical change in Danish cuisine over the last decade, which has blended southern European influences with locally grown products and specialities.

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