DiVino restaurant on Wyndham Street has a good set-lunch deal - $78, plus 10 per cent, for one course, two for $98 and $118 for three. The menu changes weekly but there are always two choices for appetiser and four selections for the main course. Choices might include sea bass fillet in Mediterranean crust with sauteed baby spinach and pinot grigio sauce and chicken escalopes saltimbocca with ham and sage. I also enjoy going to DiVino for dinner. It has a wonderful wine list (of mostly Italian wines), including a good selection by the glass. The cheese and meat platters (pictured) are delicious, but from 6pm until about 8.30pm, the kitchen sends out an array of free antipasti to drinkers at the bar - pizza, cheeses, olives and a nightly pasta dish. Chef Michele Senigaglia recently changed the menu and some popular dishes, such as the fried langoustines wrapped in crisp potato strands, are no longer available. Fortunately, the dishes that replaced them are just as good. I enjoyed a French quail breast salad with black truffle vinaigrette ($98), risotto with scallops and arugula ($98) and the decadently rich penne with gorgonzola and black truffle ($128). DiVino is at 38 Wyndham Street, Central, tel: 2167 8883.