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This all-day drink and dine destination rides on the strength of an alcohol-steered model directed at the young brigade. It occupies the same spot that used to house Soho (nightclub), but the 5000 square feet space has been completely overhauled to create a factory-like setting with exposed pipes, ropes and wires, high wooden tables with elevated seats and an impressively long bar. A floor-to-ceiling wine shelf occupies a glory spot. The rambling, and ambitious menu arrives in the form of a tabloid (Le Daily Tipples they call it), it is remarkable in its variety. However, the kitchen (and service) here is yet to find a footing - quite a few dishes on the menu are unavailable, and desserts have been discontinued. To be fair, there are a few hits on the menu – the sweet and spicy chicken takrai (chicken tossed with chilli paste and Thai herbs) or the smoked chicken crostini – but the focus is clearly on the booze.