Igni is an unassuming performer. It’s all too easy to walk right past the nondescript entrance without realising what’s inside. The restaurant is small, pared back, and relatively casual for fine dining. It seats about 30, and diners are treated to the spectacle of the open kitchen: the smell of cooking butter, the sight of flames coming up during service, the sizzles and crackles from the wood-fire grill. ...

Back in 2012, Machi opened bravely within close proximity to Mr Wolf and Newmarket Hotel on Inkerman Street, but has stood the test of time, proving to be a popular dining destination for fine Japanese dining. Machi is now under the care of head chef Michael, who has 15 years of experience in places like Nobu, Ichi Ni, and Mr Miyagi. The menu changes every three months or so to mix things up and keep it seasonal....

Bhang is actually a form of edible marijuana commonly found in India, but you won’t find any of it here. Instead you’ll elicit pleasure from the food and drink. The menu at Bhang is filled with Indian street food, charcoal grilled meats, and vegan and vegetarian dishes. North Indian curries are one of the most well-known here, but there’s much more to Indian cuisine that that. ...

Way back when, Piccolino's was a pizza and pasta take-away store, but since the early 90's it's expanded and become a fully-fledged restaurant with impressive architecture to boot. Your first sighting of the interior might just take your breath away. Designed by internationally-recognised Hachem Architects, the 100-seat restaurant features a pizza oven with a towering flue that extends all the way up to the lofty ceiling. A mezzanine level is set just behind it....