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The environment is awesome, and the food is simply delicious.
The mussels are perfectly cooked in the most addictive sauce. It's a must! The service is a little off but overall a great place for dinner...especially dates. Just keep in mind it's cash only.
The scallops will be the best you've ever had, no contest.
Everything! Cioppino, grilled fish of the day, mussel curry, mushroom salad, fried oysters.
The whole fish are very nicely seasoned. Perfectly tasty.
A charming, cozy place with an air of a French seaside town cafe. Small menu of only seafood; country-style simplicity but perfectly prepared. Fried oysters and thai seafood stew are great. BYOB.
Secret date spot. Don't tell anyone. Get the Thai cod curry and don't feel stressed when things move a little slow, you're there to enjoy the company of someone delightful hopefully!
Cod w/ Thai curry is awesome!
Cioppino. That's all. I will have dreams about it tonight.
Sweat in the front room and have the most sensuous meal imaginable during summer months. -- the whole fish, mussels and fresh seasonal vegetable appetizers were all spot on. BYOB and cash only.
Striped bass, simply prepared with oil, salt, and capers. Also, the Thai curry + fish. The friggin best. Requires patience, still worth it.
Try the Cioppino
Try the Whole Snapper
Fried oysters are a must to start the meal with!
Best restaurant in Brooklyn. Loved the cioppino and the oil they give you with the bread is amazing. Fish is so fresh. Will be coming back regularly.
BYOB there is a wine store right on Union below Hicks
More hot sauce.
It's BYOB but they charge you a $5.00 Corkage Fee. Plus you pay tax on a Corkage Fee. If this place had a liquor license I could see charging a fee. Seems like a way to rip people off to me.
cute little neighborhood spot with fresh and delicious seafood.
Cod thai curry is awesome.
Tuna burger (take out) or Cioppino (sit down)
Fish not fresh on a friday night!
That's as good as any whole whitefish as I've ever had. Just outstanding.
Some may disagree with the slow pace of the service, but the perfectly prepared seafood makes up for it. Order the cioppino and be prepared to use the cracker to get your meat. Yum.
Food is fine but amateur and pricey for what you get. Passable home cooking style.
They don't sell wine but they do charge $5 corkage.
Some of the best seafood around. No reservations, but well worth the wait.
BYOB and there's a wine shop nearby.
Grande Petite Crevette onde jantei com minha amiga de anos, Claudia Rapisarda! Recomendo muito!