We traveled to the cape in September and and this restuarant was suggested by our concierge (Dave @ Wequassett). What a great find! Its obviously a local favorite as it was packed even though it was past the high season (mid-September). The building is an old church, complete with stained glass in the front door. Not the most romatic place as you're sitting very close (barely room to squeeze between tables) and its noisy but the food was great and service pretty good. The wine list is better than average. We started w/the Moules Na Cataplana (Portuguese mussels fresh local mussels and chourico sausage steamed in a spicy tomato diablo sauce). Quite different than the usual mussels steamed in a garlic/white wine sauce and very, very good (we sopped up every bit of the broth with the homemade bread they served). We shared the seafood Orichetto which was also amazing. Portions are large; we found one to be plenty to split, especially with a starter. Prices were very reasonable so value was good.
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