Your table is about half a dozen meters from a busy main street where cars go by every three seconds on average, but you may not notice that because you are indulging in a festival of food that keeps your concentration on your palate instead of your eyes. We were a party of eight and, as we entered, a colorful display of seafood caught our eyes. Soon after we sat down we decided to try the ocean delights on display and ordered two large trays on ice. The first was called the "oceanic discovery" and the second was "Royale de la Rochelle" which were placed on our table and looked like two bouquets of colorful flowers. We served ourselves with whatever was close and then used long arms to reach for the rest. There were oysters "clair #2" that were small, but very tasty. Then I had the giant shrimp "Gambas", crabs and spider crabs, winkles and lobsters, plus many others which I did not recognize and didn't have a chance to inquire about. Then we moved to the main course: I had the ravioli a la "limone" cooked in coconut milk and ginger, and my friend Deni had a rondini with truffles -- both were excellent. The lady next to me orderd Tartare de Bœuf al’Emiliana which she said was under-seasoned. For dessert, I had the mousse au chocolat which was fine.
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