Danish steak restaurant group Mash to come to London

14 August 2012 by
Danish steak restaurant group Mash to come to London

Danish steak restaurant chain Mash is to come to London, with the opening of a site in Soho this autumn.

Mash - short for Modern American Steak House - will open its first international restaurant in an Art Deco building on Brewer Street in November.

The brainchild of Copenhagen Concepts, which also owns Le Sommelier and Umami, Mash has five restaurants in Copenhagen and two outside the Danish capital.

Mash London will see the brand export its offer of premium quality steaks and an international wine list. It will also feature a standalone bar, serving a separate menu, plus signature cocktails and a wide range of beers.

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By Kerstin Kühn

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