We went as part of a business dinner with 5 people. I tried not to notice the prices but I had the sense it was quite expensive. But this enormous bounty of seafood arrived on two enormous platters, smoky from dry ice, which were planted on the table. There was something quite impressive in this presentation, as each platter had a huge range of lobsters, some huge, some small, some langoustines, a variety of oysters and other small shell fish. The platters were so large that when mounted on the table it was a bit hard to see the people on the other side. The food was good, but I cannot say it was great. The lobsters and oysters were enjoyable but not as fresh or delicious as I would have liked. My French colleagues were reasonably happy, though one of them, from Bretagne, thought the langoustines were a little suboptimal. The service was fine. Overall the restaurant was good but I cannot say it was really good or great, and it was fairly expensive, though that reflects the cost of seafood.
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