A respite from the rowdy scene elsewhere, Moya’s sophisticated mix of quality cocktails and hearty Slovakian cooking attract a more discerning class of drinker. Martini fans have a lot of choice, including ‘breakfast’ (gin, Cointreau and marmalade) and Turkish delight (rose vodka shaken with cherry brandy and cranberry) as well as the classic mix – here made with Tanqueray and a suggestion of vermouth. Prices stay below £6 a shot, although those wanting to invest more should opt for something involving Champagne, where an extra £1.25 commands a generously poured grand mimosa or Russian spring punch. Stocky staples of roasted pork shank with cabbage and beer sauce or smoked sausage on beans and bacon may not read like cocktail cooking, but they do a terrific job of soaking up the booze. Service is unfailingly friendly.