This is a very small seafood restaurant with a handful of tables, which feels more like a cafe than a restaurant - apparently just staffed by owner(?) with one helper in the tiny kitchen, which is part of the restaurant. So the menu is quite limited (my partner commented that the restaurant - called oysters and salmon - was in no danger of false advertising...) and relies quite a lot on assembly rather than cooking (e.g. oysters and cold starters/mains such as various kinds of smoked fish and dips, though some hot dishes are available). But the quality of the fish is great. The oysters we started with were wonderfully fresh, and, despite ordering 9 between two of us, we were brought 10 ("to avoid a fight over the last oyster"). My "Nordic plate" main course had some lovely herring, smoked salmon and trout, but I was surprised to find I was most blown away by the cod's(?) roe dip which came along with it - a completely different proposition to the supermarket tarama I've invariably been disappointed with for all these years! My partner's scallop, prawn and salmon cassoulet was also lovely - very well flavoured - so much so I couldn't resist dipping the excellent baguette in the sauce. Decent value too for good quality food.
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