A long, narrow, well maintained dining room a bit stuffy on a warm evening - plus a nice, large terrace on the street. Perfect for a warm evening. Parking can be a pain. Staff is relaxed and friendly, but service is slow - a sign of understaffing. Make sure you reserve. This restaurant is popular.
The menu is largely concentrated on shellfish and lobster. Prices are surprisingly reasonable. The wine card is short and devoid of famous wines, but good if you were planning to have a wine of the region. There is a tinge of arrogance in presuming that you know better than the client which wine to drink.
The fish was fresh and prepared with good taste and lots of garlic. There were some remarkable details, like the potatoes and the salad dressing, both simple but made to perfection. I noted that there was no slice of lemon with my wife's fish.
If you like shellfish, this is a great place to go. It will be a good memory for a long time.
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