One of Hamilton's more stylish and contemporary-looking restaurants occupies a pair of dining rooms one floor above street level of a building in downtown Hamilton. Established in April 2002, it boasts an ultramodern lighting design, with dozens of hanging lamps that shed the kind of light that makes virtually everyone look attractive. Amid walls sheathed with unusual modern paintings, you can order a roster of mostly fish-based dishes that change with whatever comes in from local fishermen on the day of your arrival. The best examples include lobster fettuccine, barracuda crab cake with hazelnut sauce, or the miso-orange hoisin glazed wild Pacific salmon. The most expensive and elegant item on the menu is the "ultra exclusive" Kobe beef and foie gras burger.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010