Once more of a wine bar than a restaurant, Mascareta is now very much an eatery, serving champagne and oysters or more rustic fare like guinea fowl. But what you really come for is the wine. With more than 1000 labels available to try by the glass, the Enoiteca Mascareta has not betrayed its roots as a top-class vintner.
The dining room is small and booking is recommended if you want to ensure a place.
The kitchen closes at 1am.