A cheap neighborhood-cinema. The view is not that unobstructed. I wasn't careful enough and I sat near a column that annoyed me while I was watching the movie. The ticket isn't attached to a specific seat so go in early if you care about your seat. The sound was quite good. It offers 5€ tickets for students, unemployed and other groups. Sometimes there are screenings of indie movies or other movies that are not available in other cinemas.
Nice place with great and unique decoration. The burgers were quite expensive and not that good. The burger buns were weird in an non explainable way and the components felt mushy. The fries were great but they were sold separately in a small can.
Mediocre and quite expensive Mexican food. The restaurant is thoughtfully decorated although it doesn't identify that much with its supposed theme. The food was quite expensive and not that satisfying. I had no problem with the components but the result was hardly mediocre.
Ergon manages to balance gracefully between a food market and a restaurant. As a market it provides a great selection of local herbs, dairy, meat, fish and other fresh products. As a restaurant, Ergon brings some unexpected, uncommon and yet interesting combinations. The food is really tasty and the menu seems to be really thoughtful. I would love to see more menu options since the market section has so many great products ready to be used.