The whole space vibes with opulence which probably stems from the amount of cash apparently poured into it making it this fabulous. From the smooth, wooden tables to the wall of modern, brushed-steel wine dispensers and of course the unmissable rows of Riedel glassware. Go for a table in the large circular dining room, or head out to the open balcony with a view on the Central World Mall.
Despite the opulent atmosphere, the wines are fairly priced and come in full glasses but also tasting sized portions. We really love the old world selection and whole-heartedly recommend the 2013 Tuscan Sangiovese. In terms of food you can expect Italian/Mediterranean inspired tapas-sized dishes like their house-made egg tagliatelle with baby octopus and aubergine ragout, alongside their specialty of charcuterie and cheese platters.