De Visscherie is located, appropriately, on Vismarkt, the once-bustling fish market that still has seafood stands on Tuesday through Saturday mornings. Start what will be a serious meal in the cozy bar, near the crackling fireplace, before moving into the two-level restaurant proper. It's decorated in fashionable grays and other neutrals, with a promising-looking fish tank full of crustaceans. If you’re a shellfish lover, then go for the oysters, and then perhaps a groaning seafood platter. The main dishes tend to be innovative, which can verge on the overly complicated. But you can’t go wrong with the simply cooked fish: the freshest Dover sole, turbot, or whiting, either grilled or panfried. Service is charming and suits the clientele, a mix of savvy locals and visitors.