This designer restaurant is part of the designer hotel Murano Urban Resort, and attracts a similarly see-and-be-seen crowd. The smart interior’s white marble floors, fuchsia-purple velvet armchairs and banquettes are illuminated by modernist stalactite-like structures hanging unnervingly from the ceiling. Towards the rear, an open terrace is filled with designer out-sized plants, while another room is covered with padded walls imbedded with subtly glowing LED lights. The high design is offset by a stylishly relaxed atmosphere, enhanced by the DJ spinning funky lounge tunes from a box in the main room. The French contemporary cooking, by two of the scene’s rising stars, is geared towards the health-conscious palate of Le Murano’s stylish crowd. Less rich than traditional French food, the menu focuses on grilled and steamed fish and meat. The Sunday brunch, packed with glamorous young mothers and less attractive children, allows guests unashamedly to try a little bit of everything.