Harvey’s smoke house is a former bistro, transformed into a more informal restaurant with quality services. The wine menu is on the short side, but there is an impressive choice of cocktails related to the theme and a very good selection of whiskies, bourbons, tequilas and rums. The menu is clearly dominated by tex mex cuisine: chicken nuggets with an ultra-crispy panko breading, a barbecue chicken salad with bacon made from cherry wood smoked lamb and a creamy ranch dressing, fried onions and a very ripe avocado, mesquite and maple wood smoked chorizo on homemade toasted bread, and bacon smoked for 14 hours served in a sandwich with garlic sauce and a small glass of meat juice to liven it up. The fries are homemade, knife cut, and cooked as they should be in two dips to obtain the perfect crispness. The meat is excellent, and the attention to presentation and detail make this restaurant excellent value for the money.