Wonderfully prepared--though pricy--entrees: les petites filets were perfectly prepared, the redfish with orzo was excellent, les fruits de mer were fine (except the waitress couldn't tell us whitefish would be included; also, the salmon was overcooked/ dried out) . Our mistake was ordering two flights of oysters, at $13 per, each of which, as advertised, contained four different oysters and a clam: six of the oysters were miniscule, one of which caused my wife to exclaim that they had served us an empty shell; all were ordinary in taste; the two clams were also nothing special. And, you read right, we paid $26 for eight oysters and two clams (N.B.: a half dozen PEI/ Prince Edward Island oysters went for $8.95 at the Crab Trap in Somers Point last week; Wegman's, a mile to the east, has buck-a-shuck oysters every Tuesday; Samuels Seafood Wholesalers have a gargantuan array for $.70 a piece!). As for service, Linda, our waitress, was efficient and competent; she consciously tuned out my comments about the oysters, though. Our bill, with a 20% tip, came to $290 for four entrees, two cocktails, two beers, a bottle of $49 Cab . . .and those dreaded oysters.