Food-wise the guys have put together a fun, relaxed menu concentrating mainly on high quality meats and cheeses. You can order a couple of tapas or get something a bit more substantial. Two of us went for the beef prego roll which I can categorically say is the best I have ever had. The Big Guy had a spicy chorizo sausage which was beautifully cooked and nicely piquant. The food arrived on wooden boards with a fresh side salad and crisps. Expect to pay about R65 for a main course.
Inside, the space is unique, as you would expect from these guys. There are no tables, only a bar counter running around the perimeter of the room. Different-height steel barstools provide the seating and if the weather is good there are a couple of outside tables.
This is a good spot for a Friday lunch when you're not reaaaaaaaally going to do that much work in the afternoon. Otherwise, it is perfect for a drink after work. Check it out at 110 Bree Street.