This spot is located adjacent to a fish store so you can be sure of fresh fish. The menu only has a couple non fish dishes, so if you are a meat lover, make other plans.
The eatery is bare bones, Tables and chairs and no sign of any attempt to "prettyfy? the site.
The food is good, but I think a little expensive for a store-front restaurant.
Bottom line: if you want a good sea food meal and don't care about atmosphere, give it a try.
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