From local restauranteur Eduardo Vargas and company, wine and more wine is the order of the afternoon, evening, night, and late night, at Bhacus, and they have a spacious, relaxed indoor dining area and a nice, big patio from which to do so. Over 200 labels are on offer in their wine cellar. Mostly from France, but all other major areas are represented as well: South America, Italy, Australia, America, and China. Price points are exceedingly reasonable with wine coming in right around the catalog prices. The menu is mobilized to dishes that are complimentary to wine drinking, with a pronounced Latin and South American leaning. Their wood grill is the central tool in the kitchen and you'll find a range of steaks in various cuts from M5s to M9s. If you don't want to go the steak route, there are two great charcoal dishes -- a lamb and an octopus -- as well as sauteed clams, seabass, lobster risotto, mushroom and truffle risotto, four kinds of French oysters, cheese from the China-famous Le Fromager de Pekin, sides and wine-inspired desserts. Good for winos who are looking for great value in their bottles, relaxed dinner dates, or groups of friends looking for laid-back patio environments in which to consume grapes. Prices 100rmb-400rmb per person.