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La Marée Restaurant Review: La Marée has a wainscotted dining room decked out with oversize Flemish paintings and a cuisine brimming with new life. Seafood naturally rates top billing at La Marée, a restaurant named for the tide, but the lunch menu remains affordable and the entirely traditional fare of the past has given way to glimpses of modern. Cast your eye down the long menu for classics, such as the pike quenelles in shellfish sauce or the succulent roasted lobster served with coral butter, or for modern fare like the sea bass with chorizo and small herbed cod fritters, or red mullet filets cooked on the grill served with Basque risotto. The best of Burgundy and Bordeaux are to be found in the gentleman's club atmosphere with its gentlemanly welcome and its old-world, pleasantly abetting service.