6-Course Nordic Dinner, Anyone?

NYC's order-anything-at-any-time mentality is definitely alive and well in this office. We've ordered a chocolate milkshake at one in the morning, orange chicken at four in the afternoon, and pad thai for breakfast more times than we'd like to admit. But now that Danish eatery Aamanns Copenhagen has recently launched dinner, we'll gladly hold off on that afternoon shortbread-cookie run to save room for a several-course Nordic feast.
Offering a super-fresh and locally sourced crop of authentic Danish dishes like buttered hake, salted pork terrine, and nordic carrot with white chocolate for dessert, this little-known Tribeca eatery is a perfect place to take those out-of-towners looking to taste something a bit more, well, exotic. We're personally fans of the blackened mackerel...though we don't want that chocolate ganache to feel left out.
Click through for a look at some of the dishes offered on Aamanns Copenhagen's new dinner menu.
Aamanns Copenhagen, 13 Laight Street (between Sixth Avenue and Varick Street); 212-925-1313.
Photos: Courtesy of Aamanns Copenhagen

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