This spot is little above the ordinary, but I felt I had to write about it. The tastes from this Michelin one star restaurant are just incredible. My father had received some vouchers to spend on Esperanto and thought it a perfect time to invite the whole family.
Esperanto is classy, in everything they do. We were welcomed with a glass of champagne in the foyer in front of a fire. We were then seated and immediately small taste sensations were delivered to our table, one after the other. They were not a part of the menu, more like teasers. The dining experience had started. It’s not often having dinner feels like an experience, but this definitely was.
The service was invisible. I don’t like when the waitress or waiter is too close and present, but somehow they just showed up from nowhere with perfect timing to help out with the chair, fold your napkin or answer any questions.
The dinner ended with a dessert made with beetroot ice-cream and liquorice cream. Who would have thought beetroot and liquorice would go together so nicely, definitely my favorite of the evening.
I think this was a new start for me, to indulge in nicer restaurants with better tastes. This year Esperanto was again voted best restaurant of the year by White Guide. Check out their website.