The restaurant was opened in the boiler room of a former municipal brewery from 1895, so a few industrial elements are still noticeable in the interior. The segmented windows spanning two floors are well matched to the unpainted pipes on the ceiling. The floor alternates between brick and wood. The architects managed to create a two storey space which is filled with customers from the surrounding offices during lunch and offers an intimate atmosphere in the evenings.The midday offer tends to be surprisingly varied, you can pick mostly from Asian dishes, dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisine and local classics like stuffed peppers in tomato sauce. The set menu is similarly mixed. It offers a hot Thai section with several curries, a section with grilled dishes, a choice of international cuisine and beer snacks. The restaurant is open from eight in the morning, so you can go for breakfast or just a cup of coffee, and in the evening, you’ll certainly appreciate the various French wines.
After you’ve eaten, or even before your meal, visit the nearby DOX – Centre for Contemporary Art.