My beautiful wife and I walked by this quaint place and noticed that Ernest Hemingway had lived in this building during the 1920's. we took a look and decided to try dinner there. It was great. They have a reasonably priced fixe menu and all courses were full marks. The wait staff (Spiros and friends) were attentive and polite. I had fish soup, the scallops and shrimp followed by the chocolate cake dessert. My wife had smoked salmon, the salmon plate and the creme brûlée. All were well worth it. Try this place. You won't be disappointed. We are going there again this week!