I was introduced to this restaurant by a rather discerning foodie friend and I have not had a bad meal here once. As you can see from the picture the place is a wee bit hard to find and if you don’t know what you are looking for you might pass right by it (in fact if you walk by the bike shop you’ve gone too far, turn around, it’s right beside it).
This is a very small place, it only seats 25 but it’s cozy rather than tight. You will be met with a rousing greeting from the bartender and he usually whips around to seat you as well. Firstly, this is a place you dine, so get comfy and enjoy.
The cocktails are excellent, I always start there and then on to the recommended wine to pair with your meal. The idea here is that everything is local, fresh and changes seasonally so check out the menu often, it changes regularly. I always share the plates with my friends but by no means do you need to do this. I do highly recommend the burrata salad if it still on the menu when you go but be guided by the wait staff. They are very knowledgeable about the food and the wine and they have never steered me wrong.