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USS Nemo

USS Nemo Review

Don't be fooled by the tacky glowing sign from the highway: most Neapolitans swear this is the place for seafood in town, which is why you should still make a reservation even in the heat of summer. The food is in the vein of fine dining but served in a whimsical setting with portholes, antique bronze diving gear, and colorful sculptures of fish. Speaking of fish, almost all are locally caught and reach new depths of deliciousness with eclectic, often Asian-inspired preparations. The house signature miso-broiled sea bass with citrus-ginger butter strikes the right balance between sweet and savory; the ginger-steamed halibut with soy-lime dressing and the herb-grilled tuna with warm goat cheese and lobster risotto are also winners.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • No lunch weekends.
Updated: 05-17-2013

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