Situated on the Quai Jean-Jaurès waterfront, this seafood restaurant has an enviable location facing the marina and its multimillion-dollar yachts. The dining room is decorated in a sophisticated, marine-inspired style, with snakelike silver candelabras, sea creatures encased in glass domes, and white banquettes set beneath rope light fixtures. Outside, the wooden terrace provides a slightly more casual setting, with small white tables and bright-blue chairs. The classic Provençal menu emphasizes fresh fish, with options like salmon tartare, bouillabaisse for two, and sautéed cuttlefish in a garlic-parsley sauce. The restaurant also serves a handful of non-seafood dishes, such as beef carpaccio.