The other day I ate a working lunch at the Hotel Hesselet in Nyborg. This is a classic danish hotel, which have a very good reputation in the area, with a great garden and a lovely view over the Great Belt between Funen and Sealand. The interior is the classic late seventies heavy green carpets and green wallpaper. But the service was in top and the waiter helped us to some excellent wines. After a very nice starter, the main course came in: very dry pork on very ordinary plate of very dry vegetables. A bit a shame, so we told the waiter, who politely excused the kitchen and gave us free irish coffee. But first we had an excellent selection of great cheese – so the mood was quickly up again. All in all, Hesselet is a pleasant experience.