This duo is comprised of Vicky, a tapas restaurant, and Christina, a wine bar, which together share a large, exceptional garden terrace under the trees. Note that the wine bar is open only in the evening. The place is chic with a menu featuring a few good ideas such as local takes on specialties from further afield including fried cauliflower with aioli. The sauce is generous, light and prepared instantly. It’s also a nice break from the ubiquitous tehina. The meat plate, pork spare ribs in citrus, chipotle and date sauce, is appetizing. The meat is perfectly grilled and tender, while the sweet date sauce is nice and tangy with preserved lemon and Mexican pimento peppers, putting a new spin on barbecue sauce. It’s a shame that the fries are not inspiring: they’re lackluster and not crispy enough. The concept, inspired from the Woody Allen film, is well thought out. The service is a bit casual.