on July 29, 2005
Little "atmosphere", since the restaurant is just stuck into the fish market. But the lack of ambience is more than made up for with the VERY fresh seafood. Just point to whatever is in their case, and they'll make it up for you. Don't miss their pine nut and raisin coleslaw - out of this world. I ate here three times in 10 days - it was so fresh and so inexpensive. My favorite meal was the fried prawns -- they are enormous and so fresh, I couldn't believe it. I didn't need lemons, cocktail sauce, or anything else ... the flavor was so fresh and crisp. Prices are extremely reasonable, and service is good. I had the clam chowder at one of my meals, and thought it was so-so - lots of clam meat but the soup itself was somewhat gloppy. But any disappointment I felt dissapated as I dove into my fried prawns...!
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