Though it has won numerous restaurant awards locally and nationally, Salt (tucked away down an alley in a less than salubrious neighbourhood) has no kitchen. What it does have is a great wine list (changed weekly) and a daily selection of ten cheeses and ten charcuterie offerings, paired with an interesting crop of condiments, such as local honeycomb and Marcona almonds. Sherries are also a speciality. Exposed brick, a long communal table and a zinc bar combine to give a stylish - if noisy - vibe, eagerly lapped up by hip locals looking for a more European-style tapas bar. Lunch is laid-back; evenings, the joint jumps. Go for pre- or post-dinner drinks and nibbles, or succumb to a big boozy night out.