British chef Richard Neat has long been a  beloved fixture in San Jose’s culinary scene. He ran a two-star Michelin restaurant in London before moving to Costa Rica, and was primarily cooking out of a hybrid antiques and decorative arts shop/restaurant for several years until making a pandemic-influenced U-turn to open this more casual spot in late 2021. The menu is light and playful, weaving together classic European and Costa Rican flavors, with items like a ceviche made from red snapper and passionfruit, and an exquisite squash and prosciutto ravioli. Come either for a full meal, or for just a tipple and a nibble—cocktails in the open-air dining area or patio, accompanied by chefy snacks, are a real treat here.