Mash, a new penthouse restaurant inside the Tivoli hotel tower, offers a mix of wonderful meat and amazing views across Copenhagen.
MASH - with locations around the world - has become synonymous with high quality meat and wine and the new restaurant promises a menu to match that ethos. The large restaurant, 90 seats inside and 60 outside, alongside a roof terrace make it one of the city’s most unique locations.
Tivoli hotel was designed by architect Kim Utzon and features an impressive use of glass, both in a glass bottom pool that hovers over the hotel's facade and a two storey wine cellar with glass exterior, allowing diners to see straight into the cellar.
The menu at MASH is varied with a the perfect offering for meat lovers who can sample everything from Japanese Wagyu to Dry Aged Danish Rib-Eye.
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