This is pescatarian dining with an emphasis on vegetables in a space designed by a big-name architect. The restaurant is one long room with floor-to ceiling windows on one side, so it’s a good option if you like it when people watch you eat. The menu is top-to-bottom healthy, but the food is actually more straightforward than the space. You can get a nice piece of fish here, and you won’t even have to pay that much. For a fancy-looking place in Soho, the prices are reasonable.