On a rainy Sunday, we went here for lunch. The restaurant is old-school decorated, lots of fancy lights and drapes. We got a shellfish platter for two. It could have easily served four. Contained several types of oysters and clams, escargot, whelks, several types of shrimp, and crabs. If you want to feast on shellfish, this is the dish for you! The people at the next table had the bouillabaisse, which looked excellent. The service was sophisticated. There was an amuse bouche of outrageous smoked salmon. Save room for dessert! Be prepared to spend some money here.
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