This lovely outdoor restaurant features mussels cooked with pine needles which gives them a unique flavor. The fire is so hot that parts of the shell are s almost disintegrate - but the mussel itself is not burned but left intact and juicy. Watching the cooking process up close is also an experience. This dish in itself makes a visit to the restaurant worthwhile and should be the main feature of any meal there (although oysters are delicious, too, as is the white wine selection). Note: it can get crowed. And as far as we could see or hear, we were the only diners who had English as a native tongue.
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