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456 Fish Restaurant Review: Given its appellation, it’s not surprising that this restaurant owned by a brother-sister-husband team puts an emphasis on fish. A wall of cool glass separating the bar area from the wood dining tables, the wrought-iron ceiling fans operated by a belt system, and the framed prints of old Norfolk all add to the charm of the place. For starters, there’s sesame seared tuna sashimi, buttermilk fried diver scallops, and she crab soup. As for entrées, fish picks such as grouper filet with fried plantains and colossal crab-stuffed jumbo flounder are first-rate. But there are plenty of dishes for those who are not interested in seafood, including a N.Y. strip with blue cheese and crab salad, and grilled chicken breast with rosemary pan gravy. Even a vegetable napoleon. And if you want to sip and nibble only, check out the bar menu. Desserts may well include guava cheesecake or that old Southern fave coca-cola cake with praline icing. Live sax music makes a great Sunday brunch accompaniment.