Who'da thunk it? This charming old house, tucked away on a little street, houses a very inventive and creative restaurant. The menu, which changes frequently includes a few "large" plates and many more "small" plates (which are quite big enough), featuring local seafood, exotic ingredients and marvelous flavors. I suggest ordering several small plates to share - you don't want to miss any of these intriguing dishes. The restaurant itself is an eclectic mix of antiques and "stuff" which give it a interesting vibe. Our experience was a bit marred by a slightly brusque server, but even his unfriendliness didn't diminish the extraordinary food.
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