First of all, the mussels were plump and delicious, not measly like at many other restaurants. My server urged me to cobia, which I'd never even heard of. It was prepared deliciously with a panko and wasabi crust over jasmine rice with lime sauce. Absolutely lovely. It's nice to walk in and actually see the beautiful fish on ice. You can see what you're going to eat before it's cooked. The menu is huge! I respect a crabcake that's called an "all crab crabcake" on the menu. I have to comeback and try that and the Ahi Tuna, which looked gorgeous in a server's hands as she whisked by to another fortunate patron. It's certainly an inexpensive restaurant too. With a bottle of wine, 2 entrees and a heaping bowl of mussels, the check was only $75.
I took a star off simpily because the desserts didn't excite me. With a menu that huge and creative, I would have liked to finish off with a dessert that would knock my socks off. Still, I'll be back again and again.
Pros: FRESH SEAFOOD, CREATIVE RECIPES, HUGE MENU THAT CHANGES OFTEN
Cons: Very small. Don't expect ambience like Devon or Philadelphia Fish & Co., but it's not a hole in the wall.