Inside, the walls consist of raw plywood. The light fixtures are made from wound lengths of fencing wire and it was very effective in creating a relaxed and natural, almost country, atmosphere.
The breakfast menu consisted of many tempting options, including spanner crab omelette and an upside down quince cake.
But I decided upon the wild mushrooms with slow cooked eggs and grilled polenta. It was an earthy and hearty start to my day.
And I resisted the pile of doughnuts which were sitting at the bar next to me, tempting me with their sugar coated good looks.
After breakfast we were directed to the rooftop which functions as a bar area in addition to a rooftop vegetable garden.
Most of the plantings were leafy green vegetables. For more on the fabulously "green" Greenhouse, visit their website.