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notes from Cape Cod

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Restaurants & Bars

notes from Cape Cod

spector49 | Jun 12, 2003 05:47 PM

I just got back from Cape Cod and there are two places I would like to mention to my fellow Chowhounders. First, Georges Seafood in Harwichport. Last year they only made fish n chips on Friday, now they have expanded to Wed-Fri, take out only. This is a fish market that is expanding into take out. They listed a special of black seabass ( ie seabass you would find steamed in Chinese places) It is rare to find this fish in fillet form, the portion was two large fillets, at least 1/2 lb and chips. Absolutely delicious, I don't know how long they will have this as I heard on the radio the next day that the catch limit on this species was lowered from 100 to 50lbs per boat per day.
The other highlight was the Marshland Bakery and Rest. in Sandwich. A formica decor diner with excellent food ranging from meatloaf to fried clam bellies. The seafood chowder was very good and the portion of strip clams was big enough for two. Prices are very fair. I checked out the bakery this morning and their muffin selection really impressed me, among them: Cranberry Bananna Bran, Cranberry Pear Crisp, Blueberry Corn, Blueberry Cheese. $1.25 each. The service was very competent and friendly, open for breakfast lunch and dinner.
One more none Cape item, on the way back to New York, stopped in Middletown CT at the Mikao Sushi, very good with a interesting selection of special rolls.

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