This is visually very impressive, set as it is in the re-modelled 19th century building which formerly housed the Garrison Commandant, and there’s clearly been a lot of thought put into the concept. The menu encourages you to ‘pair’ food and drink and colour coding gives you suggestions while a degustation menu gives you the opportunity to try a set number of dishes and cocktails for a fixed price. Cocktails are its strong suite and with 250 to choose from including a series with names connected to the Tri-city, this is a place to spend an evening having fun trying them out. While we found the food tasty enough, particularly the fish soup, it all took a while and arrived on the chilly side. A night bending the credit card on the cocktails while listening to the live jazz music (Fridays and Saturdays only) seems to be the recommendation here.