We took the chance and came to the restaurant without a booking. We were asked: "Do you want to sit by the water?" We looked like question marks, but it turned out that we could actually sit by a huge tank with fish in it - and we did. The menu was short and to the point: you could have fish - and fish we had: first a tasty lobster soup and a dish of Norway lobsters au gratin, the main dishes were a very tasty fish stew, a really well combined dish with just a hint of something warm (not hot!), and a perfectly cooked whole Lemon Sole accompanied only with new, small potatoes and some butter, a perfect fish dish. We had a good bottle of white wine with the dishes. It was obvious that both locals and tourists visit this restaurant, and a couple of Japanese families added to the feeling of a restaurant well written of in guidebooks. It was a simple, frills-free, modern and competent kitchen with a young, energetic and knowing staff.