Last Friday on a personal recommendation we ate at Caro's. It was a delicious multi course northern European meal featuring game (the menu apparently changing weekly with the seasons). We started with a small salad, then moved on to a lovely game consommé. The main course was a rich delicious game stew (from memory it contained venison, boar and hare) accompanied by sprouts and bacon, a lovely sliced slightly crisped potato, a small pumpkin soufflé and a lovely poached pear. Dessert was a warm and tasty fruit crumble. Water, wine and beer were freely available for a small surcharge.
However the meal itself was only part of the experience. We dined in Caro's house, a real Jordaan home with a small group of interesting local and international visitors. The conversations were lively and across multiple languages, mainly English (thankfully) and Dutch (Caro and most guests our night being multilingual).
It was a lovely evening, new friends made, lovely food and a cultural window/experience to be recommended.
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