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Wicked Oyster in Wellfleet

phelana Apr 17, 2011 06:31 AM

Jillian and I went for 6:30 dinner with her family. The setting is casual in the midst of charming Wellfleet. Our server was attentive despite the place becoming quite busy. Jillian and her daughter shared the butternut fritters with smoked tofu. I had a bite and thought it was mild and light and nice. Her son loved his clam chowder. J's hubby gave me a taste of his lobster bisque. I would go back JUST for that. Crispy lobster and a grilled tomato in the middle..wow...nice taste but it seemed luke warm vs hot. The best part of my meal was the bread. Not sure how to describe it but it was flat yet had a yeasty soft texture. I chose the EVOO but it came with roasted garlic. My entree was the roasted haddock in a lovely broth with leeks and fingerling potatoes. I love all aspects but not the fish. It was a tiny 4 oz serving and overcooked with the skin on. Jillian chose the panko crusted sole and honestly there was about 12 ounces of lovely fish. She enjoyed it. The others had the filet, scallops and chips and a burger. My tip before tip was 45.00 as I had two savignon blancs. It was a lovely evening with great friends.

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Wicked Oyster
50 Main St, Wellfleet, MA 02667

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