This casual neighborhood bistro in Westerpark draws a relaxed local crowd with its seasonal takes on seafood and meat served with farm-fresh veggies. The dishes change daily—the ingredients are chosen from the morning market by the chef, who trained at Berkeley's Chez Panisse—and may include monkfish with beets and avocado or quail with artichokes, Swiss chard, and polenta, but regulars come for the vitello tonnato (sliced veal with tuna sauce) and bouillabaisse
that are always on the menu. (Four courses will run you €47.50.) Next door, the owners recently opened Worst, a tiny but welcoming wine, cheese, and charcuterie joint where you can snack while waiting for your table.