Artemisia's original branch (see listing below) has long been a classic stop for any vegetarian or pescatarian working their way around BA. On the back of that success, the veggie wonder-workers were inspired to open this second joint on the other side of the barrio's train tracks. With decor that includes deliberately mismatched crockery and a pantry-style counter laden with tempting home-made breads and muffins, the eaterie has become an instant hit with Palermo's brunch set. Try starting your meal with an atypical picada - that's atypical in that instead of consisting of ham and cheese, it also includes bruschetta with dips, and the delicious and original addition of beetroot marinated in ginger, honey and thyme. Mains include polenta lasagne and Thai-style haddock in a marinade of lemongrass and coconut milk. Delightfully far from the veggie-standard omelette.