The owners of this fashionable café have a good pedigree: restaurants and fashion have featured strongly in their lives. They drive fast cars, have pretty blondes by their sides and wisely hired an ex-chef from London's Ivy restaurant. The result is cool minimalist interiors with brash art, chandeliers and a menu that is full of dishes you want to eat. The scallops with mousseline potatoes and pancetta is an Ivy classic well translated, while pan-fried fillet of Irish beef with sauteed girolles, braised shallots and dauphinoise potatoes is the stuff comforting dreams are made of. Cocktails are good, and all the customers seem rather fabulous. Quite possibly the most fashionable restaurant in the city.