Lingenhel is an ultraslick deli-shop-bar-restaurant, lodged in a 200-year-old house. Salamis, wines and own-dairy cheeses tempt in the shop, while the pared-back, whitewashed restaurant homes in on season-inflected modern European food. As simple as trout with peas, turnip and orange, and scallop and asparagus risotto, this is food that tastes profoundly of what it ought to.
Be sure to sample, too, the cheeses made in its dairy – from creamy goat's cheese to buffalo mozzarella – or hook onto one of its cheese-making workshops (see the website for details). The bar is a stylish spot to work up an appetite over the house vermouth and tonic.