We were staying in Deboce Triangle and decided to roam around a bit for a place to have a bite. We spotted the fish sign and agreed some seafood might be just the thing. Upon entering, we realized how tiny the place is: maybe eight tables and four or five seats at the bar. We were greeted immediately upon entering by a friendly and efficient hostess who wrote our names on the blackboard, informed us of the approximate length of the wait, and offered to bring us a drink while we waited. It was so worth the wait! As we perused the dishes being enjoyed by the other patons, the decision of what to eat became more difficult. We finally decided on the artichoke and shrimp dish, along with the fish and chips. Both were fabulous, and the wedges of bread that came with the artichoke dish were absolutely amazing. Of less note were the fries that were shoestring rather than the thicker, traditional fries that normally accompany fish and chips. The fish tacos, and the cioppoino on a neighbor's plate looked like dishes for our next visit. We could not order dessert - too full.
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