Le Poisson Rouge
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Le Poisson Rouge information
This seafood specialist with the cozy front terrace is renowned among market vendors for picking the best, freshest cuts. The pan-seared red tuna is juicy as can be with Cajun spices, but the ray braised in butter will also take your fancy. The five-course table d’hôte ($37) is a good value. There are two sittings on Friday and Saturday, at 6pm and 9pm. Bring your own wine.