It was a bit tricky to find at night, the GPS of less help than a general map (old school!). One goes up steps to get to this restaurant that feels like you're up on a hill, but surprisingly I didn't notice there being a view. Perhaps that was because I was hungry, perhaps because it was cramped-even a bit claustrophobic due to low ceilings and tables close together, perhaps due to being blindsided by an argument, or maybe all three of the above.
It was towards the end of the evening, so fortunately it wasn't overly crowded. The food was delivered quickly, piping hot, and comparable to other seafood restaurants of the "fish and chips" type. My crab melt was similar to one that I make at home: average crab-not sweet and cheese doesn't dominate. My companion had the clam chowder, which looked to be loaded with ingredients as opposed to mostly cream.
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