In the sea of mediocre, touristy dining spots that fill the Red Light District, this restaurant stands out for its vintage living-room-like atmosphere and first-rate Mediterranean menu, which includes oven-roasted feta wrapped in phyllo, ricotta and saffron-stuffed ravioli, and a hearty braised lamb shank. For a quick snack, share a generous mezze plate on the retro sofas in the front windowed nooks, or sit down for a full lunch or dinner at one of the candlelit wood tables. Evenings can get quite busy, so best to head to the upper level, where things are a bit quieter away from the bar.