Vegetarians, keep walking! Because this California-inspired steakhouse (wooden trellis, buffalo skull on the wall, hanging ivy) champions quality meats grilled carefully over charcoal: Angus rib eye and pork ribs smoked for eight hours, free-range chicken thighs, whole bass… To warm up our bellies the night we were there: superb tacos (€6) with beef belly under a creamy curtido (a fermented condiment) – or juicy calamari with chorizo and new potatoes (€9); Uruguayan Angus strips, nice and golden (€18) and served with some light garlic fries (€6), braised broccoli seasoned with dashi (€7.50) or white asparagus with clams (€9); before an incredible apple and caramel cake sprinkled with pecans. To drink, there’s an Argentine Malbec, Amalaya (€6 a glass, €32 a bottle), an Œil de Biche Parisian pale ale (€4.50 for a half-pint) and the house cocktails (€9.50-11). Menus €14.50-26 (lunch). À la carte €30-52. // N.K.