Opera buffs & novices alike are charmed by this concept restaurant, which sees staff belting out popular arias as the evening progresses. One minute, the smiling waitress is delivering your gravadlax, the next she’s performing a duet from The Magic Flute with her companion. Meanwhile, the European menu might run from tomato terrine with a mascarpone & basil quenelle to sea trout steamed with aromatic lemongrass. The well-balanced wine list also gets in on the act with categories such as ‘sopranos’ (lighter, aromatic whites) and ‘basses’ (big-hitting reds). While the food may not win any prizes, it does at least keep punters seated & sated between musical interludes, & even the most reserved diners will find themselves trilling along to the toast from La Traviata by the end of the evening.
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