The taste for wine is moving down Wyndham Street. Wine outlet La Cave, at number 24, between the flower shop and the art gallery, opened earlier this month. The store, with its distinctive floor feature of a bottle beneath glass, was designed by Joseph Sy. The shelves are stocked mainly with French wines, from the daily variety to the upmarket Chateau Lafite Rothschild imperial, which sells for $98,000 per bottle. Co-owner Simmy Mui has collected wines for 21/2 years, and opened her first shop on the urging of friends. 'Many of my friends like drinking wine, and I learned from them. And I'm still learning.' Tel: 2537-7288. Healthy dinner fits the bill A sit-down dinner in Central for about $54 sounds like either McDonald's is hosting it or it is an anniversary promotion promising prices from the 1970s. Wellington Street's The Source of Health, which has opened its upstairs seating section, is offering these unbeatable prices. Unlike the terracotta and wrought iron and wood decor, the food displays in the self-service counter could do with a stylist. But the menu is filled with organic goodness so all else is forgiven. Dishes include baked potato with broccoli cheese ($24), veggie Napoleon ($48), black bean chilli ($22 cup, $26 bowl), and salads including tabouleh, potato, and barley and lentil ($12 small, $22-$26 medium). Desserts include blueberry muffins made with wholewheat flour and brown sugar. The fresh juices are also available for a lot less than elsewhere in town. Alcohol treat in store for Easter egg fans Easter eggs get macho this year as chocolatiers turn from ducks and rabbits to less traditional markets to raise their sales. Men and teenage boys are the target this time, with gimmicks such as chocolate beer and eggs without all the girlish frippery. While Young's chocolate beer is unlikely to make it to Hong Kong this year, other British alcohol and chocolate combinations will. Marks & Spencer has raided the drinks list and the Italian recipe book for Easter inspiration. The latest range of eggs includes mini-eggs laced with Grand Marnier, and a couple filled with tiramisu, zabaglione, or mint truffle. All come in a striped wrapper that is more grown-up than the regular chicken-print foil. For MTV fans, there is a Top of the Pops egg ($100). The best range is reserved for children. M&S has taken Beatrix Potter to its heart, while Pomeroy's has organised The Great Easter Egg Hunt with Piwi the Clown and Polly the Bunny. The hunt begins at noon on Saturday, March 29. Call 2523-4772 for reservations. Bagel chips tempt with low fat content Low-fat bagel chips feature on The Bagel Factory's latest product list. Two types are being offered: cinnamon raisin, which have no added oil or spices, and garlic, which have more calories because they are sprinkled with vegetable oil. Individual packs (100g) cost $15, family packs (500g) go for $70 and bulk packs (1kg) for $130. Home deliveries available with minimum orders. Call 2951-0755.