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The revolutionary Danish restaurant may have closed its doors, but its influence can still be tasted across the culinary world.

10 ways Noma changed the world of food

The revolutionary Danish restaurant Noma may have closed its doors, but its influence can still be tasted across the culinary world.

Menu and photographs from a six hands dinner at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu with Eneko Atxa, André Chiang and Ricard Camarena

Menu and photographs from a six hands dinner at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu with Eneko Atxa, André Chiang and Ricard Camarena

Homemade salted anchovy millefeuille, #AtxaAndreRicard at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

Homemade salted anchovy millefeuille, at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

<strong>Fermentation: </strong>Fermentation is hardly a new culinary technique but Noma has made fermented menus daring and cool. At Nicolai Nørregaard's (a Noma alumnus) Kadeau, fermentation is at the heart of the menu. In the picture is Kadeau's glazed turbot skirt with preserved vegetables.

10 ways Noma changed the world of food

The revolutionary Danish restaurant Noma may have closed its doors, but its influence can still be tasted across the culinary world.

<strong>Insects: </strong>The use of insects in cooking was encouraged via Redzepi's non-profit research hub, the Nordic Lab. Ants were on Noma's menu to the last -- here's a birch ice cream with a disc of wood ants hidden beneath.

10 ways Noma changed the world of food

The revolutionary Danish restaurant Noma may have closed its doors, but its influence can still be tasted across the culinary world.

Bamboo sour soup and fish lip, Kuan Alley No 3, Chengdu, China

Bamboo sour soup and fish lip, Kuan Alley No Chengdu, China

Petit fours (Eneko Atxa), #AtxaAndreRicard at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

Petit fours (Eneko Atxa), at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

Here's why a cookery course is the perfect mini-break (even if you can't cook)

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

Here's why a cookery course is the perfect mini-break (even if you can't cook)

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

Here's why a cookery course is the perfect mini-break (even if you can't cook)

Imagine if this was the picturesque spot you're cooking at.

<strong>Foraging: </strong>Noma spearheaded the popularity of urban foraging after a campaign that covered everywhere from Lapland to Finland.

10 ways Noma changed the world of food

The revolutionary Danish restaurant Noma may have closed its doors, but its influence can still be tasted across the culinary world.

Some of the world's best food markets from a traveller who has visited them

Some of the world& best food markets from a traveller who has visited them

Some of the world's best food markets from a traveller who has visited them

Some of the world& best food markets from a traveller who has visited them

How Cornwall's chef-owned B&Bs make it a perfectly delicious escape

How Cornwall's chef-owned B&Bs make it a perfectly delicious escape

There may be plenty of exotic places around the world for the British gourmet traveller, but MailOnline Travel's Qin Xie discovered real treats closer to home.

Pixian doubanjiang close up

Pixian doubanjiang close up

Warm baby bean stew, kokotxas and hake and tomato infusion (Ricard Camarena), #AtxaAndreRicard at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

Warm baby bean stew, kokotxas and hake and tomato infusion (Ricard Camarena), at Azurmendi, Larrabetzu