We arrived at 9ish in the a.m. and were told there was a half an hour wait, which actually stretched to 40 minutes. But it was a lovely morning and watching the people and little planes take off made the time pass reasonably quickly. Once we got a seat in which to wait, we were offered locally roasted Chatham coffee which was brought immediately. There is seating inside and out and we felt lucky to get an outside spot because of the weather and view. The staff was extremely kind and solicitous during our whole visit. We finally ordered, lemon ricotta pancakes with a side of bacon and the red flannel hash. Then another 20 minutes before we were served.
The 3 pancakes were plate sized and heavily garnished with blueberries, strawberries and raspberries. These berries were the most perfect, the sweetest, that I have ever, ever encountered.
The pancakes were good, but much too much and I wasn’t able to finish them even with the help of my husband. I mentioned that to the server and she told us that I could have ordered just one.
If I’d known that, I would have, because pancakes are not something you take home in a doggy bag! It would be a service to mention that on the menu. The applewood smoked bacon was cooked to perfection, not too crispy, just right. They do a nice take on Red Flannel Hash, using sweet as well as Yukon gold potatoes, bacon, beets and eggs, horseradish creme fraiche and a sourdough toast with housemade jams.
The next time we are on the Cape, we will indeed return, if only for the potato buttermilk doughnuts which I heard other visitors exclaiming about.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.