Step aside, Noma!
You’re looking at spots for your next vacation. Are you headed to a beach or to a city or to the mountains? My next vacation is always Copenhagen. – Armand Hirsch
Amass is an exciting eatery found at Refshaleøen, Copenhagen’s cool industrial district. It’s the brainchild of American chef, Matthew Orlando, formerly the chef at Noma, one of Copenhagen’s most critically acclaimed restaurants. Diners can expect the same dedication to impeccable preparation at Amass, but in a much more relaxed and casual atmosphere. The space is fresh and modern, and the walls are covered with graffiti. The menu is simple and only utilizes the freshest ingredients, many of which come straight from the garden in the backyard. It changes periodically and is set by the house. Dishes that have been offered include pork neck with bitter greens and ground elder, and Enoki mushrooms with sweet potato and Nasturtium vinegar. The menu includes six courses and costs 650 DKK per person. An extended menu with nine courses costs 795 DKK, and a wine pairing can be added for 425-625 DKK. Be sure to book ahead of time to ensure a space, and then stop by Amass’ Instagram for a sneak peek of all the fresh Danish cuisine.
Address: Refshalevej 153, 1432 København, Denmark
Phone: +45 43 58 43 30