Dark polished floors, chandeliers, and glistening glassware are the hallmarks of this restaurant adjacent to the Martinborough Hotel. There are some interesting paintings on the walls but the focus of attention would be on the kitchen where diners can get a ringside view of the chefs at work. A good choice of their handiwork would be the jerk-marinated pork chop, char-grilled with roasted cherry tomato, grilled polenta and fresh asparagus. This could be followed by pecan
pie with caramel sauce and vanilla ice-cream. There is a great choice of local wine to accompany and if you care for a more casual menu then try the adjoining bar.