Cute little place right down on the water. Only a few tables (maybe 5?) and all of them were full. We were lucky to get in. Service was very friendly, if a little leisurely, but there was only one waitress and we weren't in a hurry. Prices were very good. We had warm olives with sauces as an appetizer. The sauces were bottled, I am sure, and nothing special, but the olives were very good. I had scallops as a main. The scallops were well-cooked, tasted wonderful and it was a generous portion. They were served on a piece of buttered toast which I found to be a little odd. The bread didn't really add anything to the scallops and it was actually a little hard to eat with them. I came to the conclusion is was sort of a garnish. Overall, a decent meal at a reasonable price.
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