The name translates to the Pump House, and in its heyday it drained the neighboring dry-dock to allow for ship maintenance. And the place still looks the part. With an eclectic style and Art Nouveau features, the vast interior has an impressive 23-foot pit with iron parapets and round arch windows with original metal rods. Today, it has no loftier purpose than to provide a dramatic interior, the better to savor tenderloin with green asparagus, sugar peas, shallots, celeriac cream, béarnaise, and fries. Make a trip to the washroom to view the heavy steel pump doors.