There's a real neighbourhood feeling to this fine restaurant and patisserie. Elegant in its simplicity, the decor is all about marble tabletops, wooden floors and large windows. An impressive 1950s flip clock from an Italian train station which hangs on the wall is just one example of the restaurant's semi-industrial1950s aesthetic. Stop by for the wickedly good torta húmeda de chocolate amargo in the afternoon, or treat yourself to the exotic dishes inspired by chef and owner Pablo Lykan's travels. Try the llama steak, fresh from the northern Argentinian province of Jujuy, in a sherry reduction, or the Patagonian lamb. Finish with a round of home-made chocolate petits fours.