We have gone here several time over a few years, maybe it was early season jitters as the food and service is typically top notch, not this time though. Drink service was slow to say the least, with drinks showing up halfway through each course despite being ordered with ample time before each course. Oysters were perfect, well shucked and presented. Calamari on the other hand was a bit over cooked, tough, seemed hastily prepared, dipping sauce was tasty though. Fish chowder was heavy handed with the butter, who doesn't like butter but this was way too rich, not much in the way of fish, small bits of potato. Monk fish main was again a bit over cooked, but everything else on the plate blended well, seasoned, was a decent dish. Hanger steak was undercooked, well below med.rare, tough, but again everything else on the plate was decent. 3 others at the table had small issues with their dishes, overall though it was good, we just expect more consistency, more attentive service and care from this restaurant as it is one of the few on the Cape that truly is quite good. We'll be back for sure, just hope the preseason jitters will have passed.
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