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
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