A suggestion from Rick Steve's guidebook, led us to this restaurant, and we LOVED it. We went in at about 1730 to see if perhaps we should make a reservation, and boy were we glad that we did. We secured the last reservation of the night. The seafood was sooooooo fresh. Put it this way, the fish is so fresh that the menus are a large chalkboard that they bring to your table - because you're only offered that day's catch! I recomment the oysters on the half shell. As a starter, and then we each had a 3-course Special. I had the John Dory - a fish that was fed to Captain James Cook on his first voyage to New Zealand in 1769. if you're a Jules Verne reader, you might recall that in his novel, "An Arctic Mystery," Verne termed the fish the 'door keeper', referring to the fish that St. Peter brought to Jesus at Jesus' command.
We paired our meal with the restaurant's reasonably priced bottle of Sancerre (a white wine, of course). Great. And the staff was friendly and helpful.
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