Amass opened a little less than a year ago. I heard about it in an article on Copenhagen food and new restaurants being started up by Noma alumni. Its location is a little off the beaten path. It seemed like it would be a bit more casual place judging from their website. Since it had a relatively short menu, I thought it would fit well for a late dinner after lunch at Geranium. I had no problem booking as a solo diner on their website. They also advertised a “community table”, serving their long menu and meant to bring together groups of non-acquaintances to share the dining experience. The restaurant is only about an 11-minute bus ride from the Christianhavn Metro stop, but it seemed a world away from Copenhagen proper. The restaurant even grows many of its herbs and garnishes right outside the back door.
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