We dined here on a Sunday evening with one other couple. We took advantage of joining our waiter at the fresh seafood display where he described the origin, flavor, texture, etc. of each fish on the display. Our server was very knowledgeable about everything on the menu and quite helpful when we had an indecisive moment. This restaurant takes food allergies very seriously using separate cooking surfaces for shellfish. In short, we ended up ordering 1 bottle of wine, grilled stuffed (with cheeses) calamari - AMAZING!, Spanish Shrimp served whole with a sherry shooter, Dover Sole and Snapper. I could not get myself to pour the sherry in the head of the shrimp and suck it down, but those that did loved it - the tail, however, was very tender and tasty. The Sole and Snapper were simply prepared but I felt a little more seasoning was in order. For dessert we shared Baklava, lemon sorbet and small pieces of fried dough with honey, cinnamon and nuts. The Baklava was a bit dry but the other dishes were very tasty and enjoyable. Our tab, with gratuity was over $500 so this dining experience does not come cheap. The service began great but faded as the meal progressed. The atmosphere is inviting, a bit noisy and a bit cramped - common for a NYC restaurant. The dress for dinner is at least business casual. All in all we had a very enjoyable dining experience. If the service and seasoning gets some fine tuning, this restaurant could earn 5 stars in my book.