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Chefs schooled in world's top restaurants are opening their own, more casual eateries

High-end cuisine available at less-than-gourmet prices

Luksus (New York) and Amass (Copenhagen) are two July openings from former Noma chefs

CNN  — 

Fine food doesn’t have to involve fancy crockery or choking prices.

Chefs from some of the world’s Michelin-star kitchens are launching restaurants designed around small menus and casual eating.

These restaurants, not exactly hidden, but not as high profile as their Michelin-starred parents, offer dishes similar in quality to Michelin-worthy fare, without the high prices.

Matt Orlando is the former head chef of Copenhagen’s Noma, the Michelin-two-starred restaurant rated the world’s best restaurant for three straight years.

On July 17, he’ll open Amass in Copenhagen, a 6