This quirky, understated spot has been pulling in hungry locals and awards for over a decade with an easy-going attitude and delicious food. While the menu is extensive, it’s the fish dishes that have earned the restaurant its fame (and a spot on the Michelin guide): ultra-fresh mussels, haddock risotto made to-order, and picture-perfect seabass, just to name a few. Locally sourced meats and vegetables are the basis for the hearty menu, which favors proteins but has plenty of options for vegetarians. Reasonably priced wines are available, but no cocktails or beer. The restaurant gets pretty busy, even on weeknights, so it's best to book ahead.