Jumpin' Jays Fish Cafe
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Jumpin' Jays Fish Cafe information
This exceptional seafood cafe offers fresh catches of the day simply grilled or seared, plus unconventional twists like bouillabaisse with lemongrass and coconut or haddock Piccata (whitefish sliced and sauteed in butter, olive oil and white wine). Add a raw bar, a huge warm and cold appetizer menu, plus a buzzing modern space, and Jumpin' Jays wins on all counts.