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November 25, 2013updated Jan 28, 2014

ESPERANTO

By Chris Boyle

Style / Ambiance: Named after the ‘language of the universe’ in Paulo Coelho’s book The Alchemist, Esperanto aims to deliver universally excellent cuisine; international, without boundaries, vivid and meticulously executed.

Typical dishes include tartar of Swedish veal with smoked leek and endive emulsion and malted barley, and wild duck glazed with pear accompanied by sourdough granola, Jerusalem artichoke and vinegar jus. Taste these in the sleek, modern main dining room or organize a private meal with the restaurant’s events team.

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