The space that took over Bartini Kitchen is now a three-in-one concept. With mandatory industrial hipster decor (think suitcases on walls as shelves and Peranakan-style tiled floors), this place is a coffee shop and European-style bistro by day and tapas and wine bar by night. On the menu are easy options like pork belly carbonara ($14), polenta truffle fries ($7) and coffee from Australia’s Vittoria Coffee.