Known for their popular Royale Eatery and Neighbourhood restaurants, brothers Hugo and Sascha Berolsky have once again joined forces with restaurateurs Nic Haarhoff and Rene Jellis to launch their latest project, a small tequila bar located in the basement of their popular Mexican diner El Burro (itself housed in an Edwardian building dating from 1903). Devoid of quirky paraphernalia, Cabrito is a simple, uncluttered space with exposed ceilings, wooden tables, metal lights and handmade Spanish tiles. Serving over 50 types of tequila, the bar also offers a range of cocktails, including a popular house margarita and the Paloma, a heady mix of tequila, grapefruit juice, agave syrup and soda, as well as bar snacks such as stuffed jalapeños and nachos with homemade salsa.