Clearly this is a destination restaurant whose patrons are not only repeat customers but folks like me who have been referred to it either by reading or by friends. This is NOT a fancy restaurant. It's an smallish oyster shack directly overlooking where the oysters come from. One can eat either inside or out, but the weather was so good on the day I was there that everyone was outside enjoying the view from the covered dining area. And I imagine that "covered" is a good thing, given the unpredictability of weather. I went to La Cabane for oysters, but I started with a fish and crayfish soup which was really delicious and abundant. But I had room to follow it up with two oyster platters, one after the other, each with 12 oysters, 4 each of the three sizes on offer. They were really perfect and served simply on ice with lemon to squeeze on top. Delicious. I had to restrain myself from having a third dozen! Instead, I finished up with the dessert of the day, which was a fair poire belle hélène. Mussels, which I'm not crazy about, are another big thing here. Many guests were having them and obviously enjoying them. Also, they serve oysters baked with a variety of sauces, if you're into that. If you don't get there practically when this place opens, you won't get a table. They do take reservations as well. Service was very friendly if a bit harried. A great experience if you're into shellfish.