For affordable seafood, plainly prepared, crowds flock to Babunya. Those who prefer their fish and shellfish with a bit more razzmatazz—in a coconut curry perhaps, or swathed in cream and chives, or in an Italian tomato sauce—come here. It’s as popular as its rival, but bit more festive in atmosphere, with wine glass toting groups of diners spilling onto the streets as they await their tables and a soundtrack of rock and laughter inside. Among the many mouthwatering options, our favorites are the scallop skewers wrapped in smoked goose breast and the linguini with crab. Note: There are menu choices for meat eaters. A second, diner-style branch is at 14 Ibn Givrol St. This is also a great spot for late night snacks, take-aways, and tapas.