A nice seafood restaurant in walking distance from our hotel. We got the 38 euro fixed price menu. Great dishes were the 6 oysters entree, the St Jacques entree and the Dos de Saumon plat. The Paella was just ok. Dessert was a fun plate of 4-5 sweets. There were little extras served along the way. Wine list was a little expensive... Least expensive wine started at 32 euro. Very interesting decor and bustling staff. Was very busy and looks like reservations required (although we made ours just a few hours before). A good restaurant...but not one that I would make a destination on it's own.
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