This modern grey space with cement floors below and steel beams overhead would truly be reminiscent of a garage were it not for the central open plan cooking island that also houses bottles of wine and oysters on ice. The simple, yet refined menu varies depending on the time of day: breakfast, lunch, aperitif hour or dinner. Try one of the chef’s three-course meal specials or just enjoy a plate of Mediterranean-style tapas or oysters on the half shell with a glass or bottle of wine. The staff are super friendly and jazz and world music usually accompany your dining experience. Reservations recommended.