The outside looks like you'd be lucky to get a well prepared hamburger. Then you step inside where it is bright, fresh and welcoming, but still nothing special. The food, however, WAS special. I had a delicious trout almondine -- cooked perfectly, not too dry, great seasoning -- with the tastiest couscous I think I've ever had. My son had a shrimp pasta dish that was also quite good. Service was terrific: the waitress was attentive and the chef stopped by to make sure all was good. Was it perfect? Not quite; my broccoli was a wee bit overdone and his pasta had a little too much olive oil, but those were very small complaints compared to our overall delight with our dishes. We chose the restaurant because we were in the mood for seafood. Apparently, ownership just changed, and seafood no longer looks dominant on the menu, but we were more than happy with the choices we had.
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