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CODDER CHOWHOUND LOOKIN' FOR CHOW

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I've just moved to the Cape and while I appreciate Clam Chowder and fried clams, my culinary needs are a little broader.

As I travel off-cape, what are some down home chowhound destinations?

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  1. As you said you are now on the cape, I will send you an interesting web site that might give you some other places to dine on the Cape that will give you a break from Clams. Hope this helps. http://www.capecoddiningguide.com/bro...

    1. What area of the Cape are you interestind in...or is it off Cape chow that you are asking about?

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      1. re: CapeCodGuy

        What I meant to convey in my post is that I'm willing to travel off Cape for chow. I'm primarily interested in ethnic food cooked by first generation immigrants for the first generation immigrant palate. Vietnamese, Ethiopian, Japanese, etc. Even down home Italian places. I just don't want generic. Food that I could get at another restaurant that would taste just as good.

        1. re: markethej

          Also on-Cape is the Brazilian Grille on Main St in Hyannis, Ay Carumba in Harwichport, and Keltic Kitchen (Irish B'fasts) on 28 in West Yarmouth. All first generation authentic.

      2. On Cape there is Bangkok cuisine in Hyannis and Falmouth thats great Thai. Also a vietnamise place thats good in Yarmouth, can't remember the name but its the only one.

        1. How about Misaki off West Main Street in Hyannis for sushi and other Japanese dishes.