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The world's best restaurant, which sells $700 lunches, posted a $240,000 loss amid Denmark's Covid restrictions

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Noma - the world's top restaurant - closed for months in 2021 due to coronavirus restrictions in Denmark. Thibault Savary/AFP/Getty Imags
Noma - the world's best restaurant - posted a $240,000 loss for 2021 when it was shut for months.
The Copenhagen restaurant last reported a loss in 2017 when it was closed for a refresh.
It's now serving menus focused on vegetables priced from $420 to $700 per person.
Even the world's top restaurant recorded a loss in 2021 amid coronavirus lockdowns. Copenhagen's Noma - which ranked No. 1 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list in 2021 - reported a net...
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