An antidote to over-fussy fine dining, the Vintage Kitchen is a stripped-down, funky little restaurant. Vintage artworks line the dining room—everything’s for sale, but there are no fixed prices, so just make an offer if you like something. It's a small place, with a limited number of tables, and they don’t even have an alcohol license—you’re encouraged to BYOW for a small corkage fee of €3. But you can see why people crowd in: The classic cooking is truly excellent, artfully presented in a contemporary style and generously proportioned. Start with the Cajun-style seafood chowder, before tackling slow-roasted lamb shank with roasted carrots and treacle gravy, or hake with samphire (a sea vegetable), leeks, and red pepper puree. If dinner prices are a bit steep for you, come for lunch—main courses are just €13, and small plates half that. Make reservations for dinner.