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Dolinsky Visits Copenhagen's Noma, World's No. 1 Restaurant

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On a recent Scandinavian trip, ABC 7 food reporter Steve Dolinsky scored a coveted reservation at Noma, the world's No. 1 restaurant as named by the S. Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants earlier this year.

The Copenhagen restaurant, owned by Rene Redzepi, served a 12-course tasting menu, preceded by eight "snacks," that included radish and carrot, "soil" and herbs; pickled and smoked quail eggs served in a giant egg; and sea urchin and dill. After dinner, Dolinsky chatted with pastry chef Rosio Sanchez, a native of Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood.

The images of the dishes show a clear sense of culinary artistry and, while he can't say whether it's the No. 1 restaurant in the world, Dolinsky says that if you're going to Copenhagen it's definitely worth shelling out the money. This video really says it all.

Copenhagen's Noma from WBEZ on Vimeo.

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