This aptly named small bar is brimming with more than its fair share of goodness. It’s not just one busy room, but is cleverly composed of an assortment of nooks. A private table at the front, stools along the wall, hidden under the stairs, the upstairs ‘lounge’ room or in the upstairs courtyard: take your pick.
The cocktails (all $16) have continued to be the main draw card here since opening back in 2011. For a refreshing drop, go for the Funky Cold Medina (white rum, elderflower liqueur, cucumber, mint and lime juice). Or, if you’re looking for something with a kick, it has to be the mezcal and smoked maple old fashioned (tequila, LP’s smoked maple, mezcal, bitters and dried chilli).
For the peckish, the share food menu has plenty on offer, including crispy polenta bites ($12) and a dip platter ($14) for smalls, plus pizzas ($10) and burgers ($12) for the hangry — with both veg and meat options. If you’re the indecisive sort, the Corridor board ($22) comes with a little bit of everything, including arancini, Mediterranean meatballs, grilled haloumi and garlic bread. Corridor is too good to miss out on.
Images: Trent van der Jagt