FiSH is a great find. We thought the entrée prices would mean a lot of plate, but not so. It is finer dining without the pretense and just the right amount of pomp. There is a dress code. The local seafood is delicious with a Rhode Island flair and prepared with root vegetables grown in the restaurant garden. The fish sits on a bed of sauté with unique flavor. Order the Mako. The cookpot is a tasty good choice if you favor a generous portion of shell fish in an edible base. Desserts and ice cream are homemade. We had basil ice cream and a lemon pancetta cake.