Great fried seafood - open year round. Part of the one of the best seafood markets on the Cape. No wonder the fish is so good here. In the off season, they offer daily specials that include chowder and an entree.
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Phew. The good, wonderful, golden batter is back at Sir Cricket. Not sure what happened there for a while but it's back to being wonderful. A great place to get fish & chips, great artwork, nice people. Inside seating and one or two outside picnic...More
Very good fish connected to the best local fishmonger. Specials every day with eat-in or takeout. Busy in the summer. Most fish is deep fried but there are broiled fish options. Very casual with quick service. Good fried clams.
I have always eaten here and the batter coating the fish has always been amazing. The last 3 times I have eaten here it seems the recipe for the batter has changed and it is not as good. I miss the golden, crispy, rather thick...More
I have yet to make a trip to Cape Cod without stopping by Sir Crickets for a lobster roll. Just a must-do! This trip was no exception! It’s just as easy to take it to go but it’s a nice cozy small eating area to...More
Seeing this tiny restaurant tucked in next to a fish market was all we needed to see to make us stop. The best fried clams and clam chowder we have found on the Cape. Reasonable prices and fresh, bellied whole clams from the local market....More
Always a 10! One of our favorite places to have a quick seafood lunch!!! the whole belly clams are out of this world!!! Clam chowder is great too!
This is a small hole in the wall that serves absolutely fresh seafood. It was nothing fancy if you want the very best and fresh seafood this is the place. I consider myself a fried clam aficionado and this place has the absolute best fried...More
This is a tiny place (5 tables) where you order and they call your number when your food is ready. Most people seemed to do take out. The clam chowder was delicious. Lobster roll at $14.95 was a great deal and very good. This was...More
Been coming here for decades and it’s still a “must stop “ on the way to our cottage on the Cape. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu... The fried clams and fish, the chowder and the coleslaw are particularly compelling. Even the...More