This restaurant is located in the Sarona neighborhood in a cellar which formerly housed secret army bases. Magnificent illuminated glass cases line entire sections of the walls displaying hundreds of precious bottles of whisky from all over the world. The resulting lighting is soft and inviting. The beef carpaccio is a good option to start out the dinner lightly. It is very simple but has a nice crunch from the crushed pistachios, and is served with creamy aioli. Continue with the melt-in-your-mouth artichoke gnocchi served with asparagus are al dente and mushrooms that bring additional texture and character to this comforting dish. The salmon filet is tender, served with charred eggplant and roasted zucchini along with a delicious beet and cashew nut cream that adds a mild touch to this colorful dish. Whisky Bar is definitely worth a visit for whisky lovers or simply those eager to discover a unique place; the menu is limited with lots of French bistro inspired dishes (a plate of charcuterie, liver pate, crispy chicken) that feature whisky as an ingredient such as the aioli and the barbecue sauce, along with very popular local ingredients (sweet potatoes, beets, eggplant, pistachios..).