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    MASH

    MASH (Modern American Steak House) has been a favourite with foodies in Copenhagen for many years. It offers diners a sophisticated American dining experience with a dash of Danish informality. Famous for its outstanding quality meats, the menu includes NY Strip, Ribeye and Porterhouse steaks.

    In 2012, SSP opened a new outlet at Copenhagen Airport, in partnership with co-owner Jesper Boelskifte and his team. Its contemporary styling features warm red leather and dramatic open-fronted fridges. MASH provides an ideal option for travellers who want to enjoy a high-quality relaxing meal before their flight, as well as people on business seeking a quality setting for a working lunch. The restaurant was most recently highly commended in the Casual Dining category at the 2014 FAB Awards.

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    Four Peaks

    Four Peaks Brewery showcases beer that is unique and local alongside delicious pub-style food handcrafted for passengers travelling through Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in America. With the original Four Peaks Brewing Company only a few miles away the beer is delivered straight from their brewery every single day, what’s not to love about a brewery whose ethos is that they’re “Beer-loving folks brewing for other beer-loving folks.”

    Four Peaks’ location at Terminal 4 replicates the rustic atmosphere and homegrown spirit of the Tempe location with plenty of brick and lovingly weathered wood, set against gleaming beer taps. The centrepiece bar showcases sleek, industrial-sized beer tanks and ample seating that invites lounging and visiting with new friends.

    Beer-loving folks are generally food-loving folks and at Four Peaks the food is as rock star quality as the beer. Favourites include the famous Garlic Cheese Beer Bread – homemade beer bread topped with garlic butter and a blend of three cheeses served with fresh marinara sauce, or, Brickhouse Wings. Entrées include the Southwest Burger – Angus beef charbroiled to order, served with roasted Anaheim chilli, pepper jack cheese and sweet jalapeño dressing.

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    James Martin Kitchen

    James Martin Kitchen (JMK) serves up a delicious range of proper British food and local delicacies in a beautiful deli setting, highlighting the best of what Britain has to offer. Every JMK has a bespoke menu written by celebrity chef James Martin himself.

    The menu is packed with a combination of newly developed dishes and family recipes dating back generations. All of our food is made in-house by our team of dedicated chefs preparing everything fresh throughout the day. Signature dishes sit alongside local recipes to offer a creative menu that is down to earth and beautifully tasty.

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    Hung's Delicacies

    Hung’s Delicacies is a renowned highlight of the Hong Kong culinary scene and customers flock from all parts of the city to queue to eat at one of the bistro’s tiny tables. So high is the standard of cooking, that for four years running, the restaurant has been awarded a coveted Michelin star.

    Wai-Hung has over thirty years of experience of creating ‘Lou Seoi’ specialities of classic braised meats that are slow-cooked in a secret blend of spices. These have been especially crafted to appeal to the Cantonese palate and are lighter, less salty versions of the Chiu-Chow classics, providing the best of Chinese cuisine with a twist to satisfy local tastes. In 2011, SSP worked with owner chef Lai Wai-Hung to help the brand make its first foray into the travel sector. Under a year later the new restaurant was named Best Airport Food and Beverage Reflecting a Sense of Place at the FAB awards. It was also listed among CNN’s 14 best airport restaurants around the world in April 2014.