Restaurant Guide Category: Seafood
Perennially packed since Shari Jenkins opened it on a quaint Zionsville side street in 2008, this eclectic surf-and-turf spot got some extra breathing room after moving to the Carter Building on Main Street. For starters, a somewhat edited sushi list is solid, but even better bets are super-fresh oysters and savory short-rib wontons. Entrées range from classic fish and chips to internationally inspired dishes like Korean bibimbap containing steak and shrimp tossed with rice and eggs. Save room for a warm and decadent butter cake, long a Noah Grant’s standard, served gooey and warm under whipped cream and berries. Dinner Tues.–Sun.