100 Restaurants Worth a Pilgrimage: Europe

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Copenhagen: Relæ

In 2010, a sous-chef and a waiter from Noma—Christian Puglisi and Kim Rossen—opened this minimalist Scandinavian spot on a hip shopping street. It’s now one of the best deals in Copenhagen. Plain wooden tables fitted with drawers hold menus and table settings and two $60 prix fixe menus (one is vegetarian) showcase pared-down dishes like pickled mackerel and paper-thin shavings of cauliflower on a bed of pureed lemon. restaurant-relae.dk

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