Our canteen serves a small and seasonal menu that changes as often as our mood and as new ingredients come in. Naiara’s roots in the Spanish Basque Country and the Moluccan Islands bring personal dishes that are both classic and modern to our table. Taking inspiration from around the world and learning closely from teachers such as Buddhist monk Jeong Kwan in Korea, Naiara developed her own style of cooking. Our menu may feature dishes like Korean rice cakes with our twist on Basque pil-pil sauce or pancakes with Houjicha mascarpone, maple caramel, and roasted Japanese buckwheat tea.
Our canteen is a two-floored space, open five days a week. We serve breakfast and lunch, alongside tea, wine, and other curated and homemade drinks.
Mon — Tue, Closed
Wed — Sun, 10 – 17
Breakfast and sweets are served all day, while lunch service starts at 11:30. The kitchen is open until 16:30. We have a walk-in only policy. If you would like to come by with a group of 6 or more, send us an email in advance to reserve a table.
Our canteen is a public space that feels like an intimate one. With shared tables and a dependably calm atmosphere, our canteen sets the tone for mindful moments. To preserve that ambiance, we ask our guests to refrain from using laptops.