On a side street near the river, this restaurant and lounge bar has house sangrias and mojitos that really pack a punch, but it's the French cuisine (with a hint of Spanish and Italian) that really impresses. Grab a table on the garden terrace or head indoors to the bar decorated with Buddha-themed artwork and bamboo sofas with silk cushions. Start with the shrimp tempura or Spanish cured ham with sundried tomato and fresh mango, followed by the roasted duck with passionfruit sauce or roasted chicken with shoestring fries. The chocolate noir with salt caramel, mint, and vanilla ice cream will melt in your mouth. For after-dinner drinks and live music head up to the lounge on the third floor.