95 Keerom Street, circa 1682, originally housed the stables and slave quarters of the Company Gardens. Many of the original elements, including the façade and brick walls, have been saved in the restoration process. These fascinating features, combined with the elegant, modern lines of the décor, contribute to the eclectic atmosphere of the restaurant.
The upstairs area is open-plan and modern, setting an extremely glamorous tone. Alternatively, we have three smaller rooms downstairs which provide a quieter, more intimate space. In addition to this, a versatile private dining room can be configured to cater for up to twelve people – ideal for celebrating special occasions!