Its the Mussel Kitchen so go for the mussels. They say they cultivate collect and cook their own mussels and I can believe that, The grilled platter was 12 mussels cooked in 4 different sauces - they tasted fresh and very good. The mussel chowder was the best chowder I have eaten for a long time and once again the freshness came through. It's a cafe with outside tables so recommended for lunch rather than a formal dinner.
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