When one thinks of cheese, one usually thinks of France and its fromage.
Aside from that great culinary institution, Aquavit, serious Scandinavian restaurants seem to be in short supply in NYC. (No, IKEA and its meatballs, fun as they are, don’t count.) Out to change that is newcomer Aamanns-Copenhagen, which—after several months as a daytime venue (flatbread sandwiches, etc.)—has just launched a dinner menu.