Very good, always has been. Be sure to go! They want a minimum of 100 so I will try try a AU. I guess that is ok
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This place has been here since the '70's and it's easy to see why. Great sandwiches. You can easily split one for two people. Fresh everything quirky fun spot.
Paid a third visit here recently after eating here twice in 2017. A great place for Al Fresco lunch in their lovely garden. The standard of sandwiches and beverages is excellent Great selection of breads and fillings. Service as always is super friendly and efficient....More
We came here four times on vacation. The first time we came during lunch rush and it was a little overwhelming to order (especially as first timers) and wait for the meal but it's a lovely area for a nice sunny day. The food was...More
A sandwich restaurant on a pristine island with hundreds of fancy restaurants is, and always be the number one restaurant on Nantucket ! I look forward to my 1/2 lobster sandwich (it's huge) and chocolate chip cookie every year. My hubby feels the same way...More
Stopped here with friends for a bite, fresh sandwiches and the bread is delicious, nice outside atmosphere, great experience.
Enjoyed the walk up from the harbor to this place. Lots of lovely homes/flowers to see along the way. If traveling with kids this is great choice because of grassy area to stretch out in and around the tables. The families with kids and dogs...More
The Shellia sandwich is a favorite as well as the curry chicken. Best to order as take out because it gets crowed. They have tables outside to picnic on.
Something Natural provides great food, great service and great outdoor seating. The portion sizes are more than enough (half of a sandwich will fill you up) and there are plenty of sandwich options to choose from. The signature Matt Fee Tea is unlike any other...More
Great lunch, big sandwich, and the bread was terrific. We had a turkey and Swiss on 6 grain bread. The bread was very light for being a grain bread. Very good and a must stop for anyone coming to the island.