Most people come to PESCADO because someone has recommended this restaurant renowned for the freshness of its fish. Nothing distinguishes it from the places nearby, lined up along the sea. The covered, air-conditioned terrace precedes a large dining room. The menu naturally showcases fish, the availability of which depends on the catch of the day. You can choose between vegetarian or fish starters. We had the tasty Monjack cubes, a starter with local flavors composed of tehina sweetened with a drop of honey, grilled fish cubes, fried, minced onions, small crispy croutons, a few spinach leaves and hyssop. In this seemingly simple starter, each element has its own function: tender, creamy, mild, and crispy. The combination is delicious. For a main, it is difficult to choose between the whole grilled fish (a whole sea bass) or the filet (sea bream, wolf, salmon). The portions are quite generous. We had the sea bass filet with parsley pesto, large enough for two. The fish is grilled a la plancha, very fresh and tender, and the pesto parsley brings out the flavor. It is a very simply presented, served without any frills, and just a few rounds of grilled onion and a handful of cherry tomatoes. For dessert, indulge in the Valrhona chocolate cream with its creamy scoop of chocolate ice cream, or the delicate rose flavored, mildly sweet Malabi, for a light finish to a good meal.