A favorite for great seafood, prepared with imagination. Went again for dinner in late August 2011. Four of us shared two appetizers - a generous bowl of mussels and a roasted pear salad. Lots of choices for the main course, but consider ordering one of the fresh catch selections with your choice of sauces. I had scallops and took the server's advice for the "dirty" sauce - citrus and Dijon. Wow.
Keep in mind this is a very popular restaurant, so you may have to wait during prime time even if you have a reservation. You can stand by the bar, have a drink and savor the aroma of the plates passing under your nose on the way from the kitchen to the dining rooms. Negatives? The night we were there the dining room was very dark - had to hold the candle to the menu to read it.
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