Lunch Mon-Fri noon-3pm
Dinner Mon-Sat 6pm-10pm
The Euro is often described as a sibling venue to fine-diner Urbane, but that doesn't mean she hides behind big sister's skirts. For a start, they share the same smart wine list and poised approach to service. The Euro's moodily lit dining room encompasses exposed brick walls and bar on the upper level. A clever, accomplished menu, overseen by Alejandro Cancino, delivers delights like squares of lightly smoked cobia draped with shaved fennel, with horseradish crème fraîche and dill vinaigrette dotted around the handmade plate. Pan-fried dumplings combined with parmesan and rosemary sauce and spheres of still-crunchy baby zucchini make for simple, yet special, gnocchi. There are just three dessert options. While coffee and coconut mousse with hazelnut sponge, strawberries and vanilla ice-cream does not come together with the finesse of the mandarin parfait topped with honeycomb, overall the pedigree here is unmistakable.