This restaurant has a great location with shady alfresco seating where you can watch stylish media types saunter by. But this can be a busy corner too, with traffic and a bit of construction. And if you prefer to hide from all this, the restaurant has nice, quiet indoor seating too. The food is Western Mediterranean with a good-sized a la carte menu and set meal options. The menu also has Churrascaria—Brazilian barbeque meat. We tried the set lunch (three courses) to sample different things on the menu: Appetizers of mushroom tart and seafood black pudding; mains of salmon on a bed of garlic and steak with potatoes; and yummy desserts of tiramisu and crème brulee. The food was all reasonably good but nothing was exceptional. Obliging servers kept the pace of the meal going, and were really sweet. Come here when you want to lunch somewhere nice instead of just grabbing a takeaway, and when you have some time to hang out.