Saturday, January 19, 2013


Aamanns-Copenhagen is a new Danish restaurant featuring awesome Danish cuisine. I am half danish so I have some authority on the subject. It isn't in the most attractive area but inside is a different story. White clean walls and Danish art hanging down from the walls like sloths. The food is also fantastic! The Danes have a fantastic bread called rugbrød. They also have an great mustard called remoulaude. They specialize in little sandwiches called smørrebrød. Little open faced sandwiches with different toppings. I have two favorite dishes. One is pâté of pork with parsley, aquavit, fresh hazelnuts, fried mushrooms bacon-greaves and pickled beets. It just sizzles in your mouth when mixed all together. Two, the breaded, pan-fried fish, with green remoulade, an herb salad and lemon wedge. The herb salad and the pan-fried fish are just amazing together. The pan-fried fish is very soft and tastes like a mix of salmon and herring. Although the food takes its time Aamanns-Copenhagen certainly feels special.

Inside paradise


Pan-fried fish

big appetite

13 Laight Street
New York, NY 10013

[212} 925 1313

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