Though it's not as "red hot" as it was when it first opened, this handsome eatery (all dark brown timber and leather here—a wonderfully moody interior crafted from a former butchery) is still a pleasant place to stop by for a cocktail or a meal. The menu takes classics and gives them a bit of a twist. So a sirloin steak might be sided by smoked oysters, or a rack of lamb given Indian flair thanks to minted yogurt and spiced lentils. Our faves on the menu are the smoked eel croquettes with "baconaisse" and the classic braised pork belly with red cabbage and apple sauce. Desserts are worth saving room for.