I visited the Kechmara for lunch, dinner and drinks and enjoyed it on each occassion. The roof terrace is a lovely place to relax after a long day touristing, with a good range of beers, wines and mixed drinks. It also offers great burgers, tapas and straightforward dishes like chiken and chips. It may not be Haute Cuisine, but you will never leave feeling hungry, as potions are generous. Downstairs is more basic, with the same menu, but more of a cafe feel, but some great artwork. The staff are friendly, welcoming and multilingual, but occassionaly hard to find. They only offer a Snacking Menu in the afternoon (I think between about 3 and 5pm), but a great place to relax, eat and drink at any time of the day or night.