Part of the charm of this restaurant/bar/lounge housed in a former silver workshop is the fun of finding the place. It's down a dull side street, through an unmarked door next to a sex shop and up two flights of stairs. Inside, the industrial setting feels more like a New York loft, with its white-tile walls often adorned with temporary art exhibitions, and it attracts a fashionable young crowd. The braised lamb leg with yellow beetroot and the fish stew are outstanding. Well worth seeking out.