It may be part market, but there’s nothing remotely pedestrian about BlackSalt. This lively restaurant’s menu manages to be both approachable and interesting, with sublime shellfish and a concise selection trawling coast to continent for inspiration. Begin with Addie’s mussels bathed in a well-balanced broth—you’ll be sopping up every last drop. Then move on to the ever-warming, saffron-tinged Provençal market stew bobbing with the day’s finest catch, which may include juicy mussels, tender shrimp and flaky swordfish, among others. Finish this aquatic feast with a slice of their tart key lime pie. Served with blueberry compote and freshly whipped cream along with a sesame seed tuille, it is a rich and delicious way to clinch the meal.- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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