You can access this little neighborhood seafood restaurant from the main streetfront or through the tree-lined walkway that runs behind the buildings. This walkway is what I'm calling the "courtyard" for lack of a better word. It reminds me of the outdoor seating that you find at the rear of many Montreal restaurants. Our group of three shared a horiatiki salad, tzatziki, and patates, all of which were fresh and delicious. My mom said her grilled salmon was excellent, but she thought the fried calamari which my husband and I ordered was even better—and that was with the light batter scraped off, as she can't have wheat. Husband and I only wished we'd ordered a single plate to share, since after the salads and patates we were too full to finish a full plate of calamari each.
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