First impression you get when arriving at the top floor where the restaurant is situated, is 3 toilet doors and people standing in queue.
One of the toilets where out of order, where the other two toilets where so unhygienic that they either had urin on the floor or chewing gum on the toilet seat.
We were greeted by a professional staff who took our jackets and coats and showed us to our reserved table. The waiter gave us our menu and told us that he would be back in "a couple of minutes". For me it took more than "a couple of minutes". All in all, It took us half an hour to receive our drinks, even though the place wasn't full.
The starter that I ordered, the Carpaccio, was super basic, not so appetising or tasteful. It didn't come as in the menu description. Just came with the parmesan cheese on top of the protein. There was no olive oil, lemon or taste of pepper.
We received our main dishes with our side orders an hour after being seated. The side orders were very basic and not really presented in a different way than it would be at a regular diner.
The Mørbrad, 200g that I took as Medium well, was very nicely cooked even thou I would say it was unevenly cooked.
The cheesecake for dessert was very basic, tasted very nice, but nothing special about it.
The round tables are way too small for a group of 6 individuals. We were literally nudging each others plates when eating.
Upon leaving we noticed that the menu cards was situated next to the toilets, something that would be more visible if it was displayed at the restaurant entrance rather than the same wall as the toilets. They were also hung uneven in the display, and visibly taped together.
For the price level that Mash want to identify with, it is for me not worthy more than above rating. There is a lot to improve to increase the overall impression. One very important aspect of identifying as an exclusive restaurant is to remember who ordered what, all from the drinks, through the entire dining experience. We were directing the staff on who had ordered what.
GooglePlace - September 2017
If you love good quality steaks with a nice view of Copenhagen this is an excellent place to eat. Service is nice, friendly, attentive but non-intrusive which is something I really appreciate.
We ordered the Grillet Carpaccio, MASH tartar, Dry-aged croquettes, a Ribeye, and a Porterhouse. Everything was delicious and the meat properly rare as per our request. The porterhouse is perfect for sharing and delicious, very well prepared and cut. From the starters my favourite were the croquettes, followed by the carpaccio, but I have to say that I was not a fan of the tartar, it was good, but I've had better.
GooglePlace - September 2017
Nice but over-priced steak house. The steak is good, the sides are tasty but way too heavy on salt. Large choice of wines from a cellar that is on display. The cocktails are great.
The service is as expected in Copenhagen. The waitress totally forgot to come and take our order of cocktails so we had to stand up and call her, although she wasn't obviously busy. They forgot to tell us when our table was finally ready. During the dinner waiters would sometimes fill our glasses, sometimes we had to do it ourselves. Last complain, the tables, too small and with a table lamp taking up half of it and hiding the person sitting across the table. Overall a pretty poor dining experience.
Given the price I was expecting better service and balance on the salt. Would not recommend.
GooglePlace - August 2017
The view from the bar and restaurant were great. The food was ok, but for some reason not as good as other Mash locations
GooglePlace - July 2017
Been here a couple of times. A bit too pricy for what you get. And the service is miles from what it used to be at the first location in Bredgade.
Foursquare - June 2017