Welcome

On the third floor of  the old Jarla Theater, in the foyer that used to lead the theatre visitors to the balcony, we invite you to an expression of Scandinavian terroir together with Japanese technique and aesthetics in a harmonious ensamble.

Through establishing a close collaboration with ambitious producers that share our respect and concern for the plants, animals and nature we wish to challenge all senses with an organic gastronomy in constant development.

We look forward to welcoming you at Esperanto this autumn!


Sayan Isaksson
Restaurateur

Maria-Magdalena Johansson
Restaurant Manager

Sören Polonius
Head Sommelier

Menu
Welcome

Esperanto ‘Experience’ 10-courses

Gently simmered hand dived wild oyster with elder flower & broad beans

Lightly cured scallop with browned & pickled daikon, cold smoked dashi & real wasabi

Pommes de terre

Pullet egg yolk baked in rancid butter with kale & pumpkin

Celeriac, soured and caramelized cream, Carelian caviar

Dairy cow wrapped in seaweeds with grilled young leek

Monkfish “Kushiyaki”, old garlic, autumn corn and a dark dashi

Mallard grilled on birchwood with pressed ox marrow, seeds, grains and berries

Frozen plum kernel milk with sorrel & chamomile

Pancake of sunchoke with maple butter & lemon verbena

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  Menu 1.900 SEK

Selected beverages 1.300 SEK

Non-alcoholic beverages 700 SEK

Esperanto ‘Selection’ 6-courses*

Pommes de terre

Pullet egg yolk baked in rancid butter with kale & pumpkin

Dairy cow wrapped in seaweeds with grilled young leek

Monkfish “Kushiyaki”, old garlic, autumn corn and a dark dashi

Wild mallard grilled on birchwood with pressed ox marrow, seeds, grains and berries

Pancake of sunchoke with maple butter & lemon verbena

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  Menu 1.450 SEK

Selected beverages 1.000 SEK

Non-alcoholic beverages 450 SEK

* We offer this slightly faster, specially selected menu on Wednesdays & Thursdays as a weekday menu. Friday & Saturday we exclusively serve the Esperanto ‘full experience’ of 10 courses.

Season  no 25

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Here & Now

“The autumns is an amazing time to create!

With all the extraordinary vegetables that are harvested right now we get to build a menu with an organic gastronomy in constant development.

We want to take the opportunity to lift the products of the farmers that we have the pleasure of working with. They are doing the amazing job of living in symbiosis with the whims of a Swedish season.               

And now we finally get to help harvest what they sow”

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We are really excited for this season and look forward giving you a warm welcome at Esperanto this fall season of 2017!

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.

Our wine list is under constant change and development, that is why we don’t have it on our homepage, however, we would love to e-mail it if needed.

Sören Polonius, Head Sommelier

Booking
Drink

Booking

Welcome to book your table directly online by filling out the form down below. We take reservations 60 days ahead.

It is important that you advise us before your visit of any allergies or if you want a vegetarian or vegan adapted menu.  We ask this because we want to give you the best possible service and a well thought through dinner experience.

Opening hours Esperanto

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

Address
Kungstensgatan 2
114 25 Stockholm

Telephone

Monday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

+46 (0)8-696 23 23

E-mail 

esperanto@esperantogroup.se

Catering

For catering or special events:

Johanna Platzek
Director of PR & special events
johanna.platzek@esperantogroup.se

 

 

 

 

 

Sayan Isaksson Diversion
Booking