Welcome

We want Esperanto to be a treat for all senses. We strive to provide a whole, where food, drink and people work together, in the best possible way. We are inspired by all manner of things, from around the world. Gastronomically our tongue is universal, and the produce we favour is carefully selected, with a view to caring for, and respecting nature.

Esperanto is housed in the old Jarlateatern theatre. And the dining room interior is in large part the same as when plays were put on here. There is a timeless quality to the restaurant, and a lingering romantic air that we find most attractive. Also, a sense of the past colours the craft, details and movements that are Esperanto’s.  Something we manifest with the help of shapes and flavours, feel and precision.

 

Welcome to Esperanto.


Sayan Isaksson
Restaurateur

Sara Kalin
Restaurant Manager

Sören Polonius
Head Sommelier

Menu
Welcome

Gently heated silk tofu, oyster dashi, and caviar

Lovage and cockles on dried buck wheat with seasonal vegetation

Poached pullet egg, oxidized apple juice and frozen horseradish whey

Very lightly grilled dairy cow and old garlic

Porridge and mushrooms concerning the autumn

Charcoal baked leek in coagulated milk with thin squid and cress velouté

Turbot in konbu, roasted potato water, and fried oat

Pluma from Norrland and meaty salsify

Currant leaves gâteau

Fennel pastry and frozen milk

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10 courses – 1,750 sek

Selected beverages – 1,200 sek

Poached pullet egg, oxidized apple juice and frozen horseradish whey

Very lightly grilled dairy cow and old garlic

Porridge and mushrooms concerning the autumn

Turbot in konbu, roasted potato water, and fried oat

Pluma from Norrland and meaty salsify

Fennel pastry and frozen milk

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6 courses – 1,350 sek

Selected beverages – 950 sek

Season  no 21

We open the spring season with a menu centred on Swedish produce sourced from suppliers whose approach match our gastronomic style. In other words, high-quality produce developed using methods that respect both livestock and the environment.

Over the years we have developed a passion for Japanese cuisine. This menu is therefore influenced accordingly, successfully merging the flavours, techniques, tableware and aesthetics of the land of the rising Sun with our Scandinavian terroir.

We look forward to giving you a warm welcome at Esperanto this autumn 2015.

Drink
Menu

Drink

Food at Esperanto, it is true, has a penchant for the timeless, playful and innovative. But it rests on a foundation of classical cooking. Anxious that our wines reflect this style, we have put together a wine list that is both dynamic and changeable. We see no geographical boundaries; we just select wine that goes hand-in-hand with the food we offer. Our guidelines are that every wine we serve must be well-made, personal and good.

Wine is, of course, not the only beverage we serve at Esperanto. And regardless of the drink, we rely on the same guiding light: we cooperate with those producers and suppliers who aim for the highest quality. This also goes for beer, spirits, coffee – and, not least, tea.

This versatile beverage, which can accompany a meal or be enjoyed on its own, plays an important role at Esperanto. We offer the very finest teas, but also fresh varieties. We take our cue from seasons and availability, and like to vary our offering by buying small quantities that we often change. Good tea demands good produce, but also the right equipment and skills.

Booking
Drink

Booking

Esperanto

Welcome to book your table directly online by filling out the form down below.

When booking online, it is important that you advise us of any allergies or if you have any other inquiries.

Opening hours

Wednesday - Saturday 6:30 p.m. to 00:00 a.m.

Address
Kungstensgatan 2
114 25 Stockholm

Telephone
Tuesday – Saturday 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

+46 (0)8-696 23 23

E-mail 

esperanto@esperantogroup.se

Sayan Isaksson Diversion
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