Long opening hours mean you can get food at almost any time in this casual younger sibling of Melton’s on Scarcroft Road. Modern tapas (grilled chorizo and tortilla, falafel with tomato dip, fresh mackerel with caponata etc) and sharing plates of smoked fish or Yorkshire cured meats fit the bill in the ground-floor café/bar – unless you fancy something more filling such as pork, chorizo and bean cassoulet or parsnip Kiev with creamy leeks. A brunch menu offers a full English breakfast (served until 12.30pm) and there are good-value express lunch and early-evening deals too. The same menu is also available in the upstairs bistro, which has more space spread over two floors. Owners Michael and Lucy Hjort are very accommodating when it comes to kids, providing changing facilities and easy ground-floor access for buggies.