We had 2 salads, average size shrimp cocktail, and 4 dinners. Ribeye were overlooked, tuna was cooked rare, swordfish tasted like canned tuna-not good. Martinis were good, though.
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We made a 9:00 reservation and were seated immediately in a booth. The 5 of us ordered different martinis and really enjoyed testing the very unique choices. All were tasty! Our waitress was very attentive and checked on us often enough without being intrusive. We...More
The atmosphere was good and oysters delicious. Unfortunately my wife ordered a lobster and shrimp salad which had very meagre lobster and shrimps and was basically a bowl of leaves.
Overpriced and unimpressed by the quality of my meal and the table's appetizers, particularly the Thai shrimp toast- horrible as it was greasy and tasteless. Take it off the menu. The halibut was unimpressive and dry. The lobster quesadilla was ok. The risotto was bland....More
I never ever give a bad review everyone has a bad day is my motto ! We are greeted by a less than happy hostess. We are a party of six so I know I should of made a reservation but it was last minute...More
It must have been a bad day. Oysters were small (early in the season) but they were also very dry. Their oysters are always delicious, so it probably a bad day. The dinners were slow to arrive, the portions smaller than usual, and the food...More
Fun, lively spot, especially at the bar for happy hour $1.25 local, Quivet Neck oysters (4-6:30 pm). You can order from either the bar menu or full menu at the bar. After the very delicious, super fresh oysters, we ordered several small bites from the...More
Very disappointed in how they handled this. Both my daughter and I each had broken oyster shells in our fried oyster platters. My husband told them we didn't want any discounts, He was a little embarrassed and didn't want them to think we wanted a...More
Excellent dinner. Fresh oysters are to die for!! They were running a special before 6:30pm oysters 1/2 price. Don't know if that will continue through the summer. Did a spinach salad as the entrée, again everything was fresh. We shared a Pie of the day-on...More
I know there will be others who disagree, but the Oyster Company has the best claim chowder on the Cape - hands down. Made with fresh fish stock (I know, because I found a bone)...nothing canned here...chunky, beautiful flavor...no use of artificial thickeners, so not...More