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Actors, creatives and thirtysomethings come here for home-made food with an imaginative, Adriatic-Asian take on culinary fusion. The interior aims for chic modernity without going totally lounge-bar, while the background music is cool, jazzy but sufficiently unobtrusive to allow for earnest conversation. The menu changes with the season. Generous tuna steak is served raw if you want, a rarity here. Also popular are the spicy tomato soup and pastas with chunks of salmon and broccoli. The wok sea bass with bamboo shoots and vegetables is another favourite. Dishes of the day, chalked up on the inside wall, are excellent value at 45kn-70kn. Wines by the glass and the draught beer are equally affordable.