The 1920s mansion of Yemeni spice traders has been re-fashioned yet again to house three dining concepts in one. Climb up the steep staircase and past the fountain court to enter Txa Pintxo Bar, where you can pick and choose from a range of hot and cold bites. Next to it lies the second outlet of Wildseed Café, which serves pastries and cakes as well as brunch during the weekend that you can enjoy out in the yard.
On the second floor, the original timber staircases lead you to Una, which relocated from its previous digs at One Rochester. The kitchen is still run by head chef Tom Kung who has led the team for the past four years. On the menu are Basque-inspired dishes as well as old favourites from its old menu like the Paella de Marisco ($52/$72).