We went with another couple and were able to try many things on the menu. They served 2 different kinds of mussels, one was a mustard, and was with a drambui (sp?) sauce-both were outstanding. The pork belly tapas wasn't 100% what I was expecting, but it was tasty. We also had 2 desserts, the creme brule and a chocolate bread pudding. Both were good, but not THE most amazing I've ever had. The atmosphere is great, with live music and a cozy "house-like" feel. A must visit if in the Harwich Cape Cod area!
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