It was a nice discovery to come across the Brewster Fish House today, which had not been mentioned in our "Explorer's Guide" series book -- but the casual seafood place they liked isn't there any more. This was the best chowder we've had on our trip this week. It's made with clams and fish, plus potato and celery, and a touch of wine, light seasoning, and it has lots of character. The grilled scallops were fresh, tender, juicy, and sweet, and were accompanied by roasted potatoes and fresh vegetables. The large bowl of chowder was $8 at lunch and the scallop meal was about $14. Made for a perfect husband-wife shared meal. (Freshly baked bread, too.) Service was gracious. Atmosphere is nicely-appointed simple, and not a large place. Like most (if not all) of the Brewster center eateries, it's on Route 6A, the quieter road paralleling US 6, but not quite on the water. You need to go a few blocks north, or 7 miles south, for salt water beaches, or lots of places in between for ponds.
I don't think you can go wrong with the Brewster Fish House.
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