Inspired by French bistros, what was once an open-plan garage has become a Bohemian restaurant ready to revolutionise the cuisine in its neighbourhood with fresh, innovative proposals.

Its contemporary yet casual aesthetic, large windows, high ceilings, carriage-green woodwork and retro-style lamps might make you think you are in a restaurant from last century in some European capital. Elegance and sobriety mark this restaurant’s style, whose building is from the 1930s. The restaurant offers a variety of ground-breaking culinary options printed on a menu in the form of a French playing card.