If you're feeling exhausted or overwhelmed by the choices offered by modern society, you may enjoy the paucity of Pinakoteka. While their concept broadly encompasses 'food, music, gallery,' their one-page menu includes only four entrees - two of which are burgers, including the absolutely delicious Pinakoteka burger, which heart-disease-be-damned we could happily eat every day; the wine and beer lists are adept, but equally sparse. As for live music, bands and DJs occupy a small space in the back 2-3 times per week in the evening for a range of chillout beats and acoustic sounds. Art openings take place every two weeks, though their gallery space isn't a particularly big feature of the interior, which makes itself more cosy than most Tytano venues with domestic details like small plants, pillows, candles, boardgames and books, while still having all the requisite palettes furnishings, metal chairs and mesh. While it doesn't particularly stand out from the ever-increasing crowd, will it survive? We think so.