If you're out for a night on the town, you'll want to head toward the Zona Rosa, where this restaurant is located, and so Esperanto, at the corner of 79 Avenida Sur and Calle Mascota, makes a great place to start the evening out with a great meal. The menu here is international (as the name "Esperanto," evoking the international language, might suggest), with a creative tropical/Salvadoran fusion touch, with dishes such as bass in Champagne/grape emulsion on a bed of seasonal greens or cassava gnocchi with loroco (a local vine) (you can also opt for simpler offerings such as tuna burgers). With its cosmopolitan air, it's a great place to dine among chic Salvadorans who have made it one of the capital's top destinations for foodies.
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