We recently ate at Marshside for the first time and we were glad we did for several reasons. The inside is surprising large and impressively designed with wood and glass that all works to emphasizes the scenic beauty of the Sesuit Marsh. The place was very crowded with families of tourists and yet the service was very good. The wait staff was large and they were attentive. We did not have to wait long for our meals. Seating for two was very quick.
They offer a number of interesting choices of fish and steak and chicken. My wife had the black angus sirloin steak with a mushroom demi-glace and onions rings that were both quite good. I had fresh haddock stuffed with a light seafood stuffing & topped with a lobster sherry cream sauce and it was very tasty. For dessert we had Irish coffees and a brownie sundae that was a meal for two.
The Marshside is off the beaten path and parking is limited unless you go for their valet parking.
The only caution would be that the Marshside is not cheap. I paid $21 for my fish and the sirlon was $27. On the cape, really good food can sometimes be hard to find and when you find it, be prepared to pay a Boston price for good food.
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