Sel de Mer

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Sel de Mer

Williamsburg
If a trip to Maine isn’t in the cards, head to this quaint Williamsburg eatery to satisfy your fish-shack fix. Traditional coastal fare—buttery fish-and-chips, steamed mussels, and oysters on the half shell—is so fresh, dishes need little more than salt or vinegar to complement their flavors. More composed items like fishcake sliders (breaded patties of cod and hake served on English muffins), and a robust cured trout and arugula salad mark this sea-side wannabe as more ambitious than anything you’d find along a New England dock.
Venue name: Sel de Mer
Contact:
Address: 374 Graham Ave
Brooklyn

Cross street: between Conselyea St and Skillman Ave
Opening hours: Daily 4pm–midnight
Transport: Subway: L to Graham Ave
Price: Average main course: $15. Cash only
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