Cape Seafood Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 80 Route 28

    West Yarmouth, MA 02673

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  • 508-771-6232

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This is my favorite seafood restaurant again. Since the Gianettos Family who used to own the Kream and Kone in Chatham took over in the spring of 2013 the best fried clams are back.

I have been eating at this place for the past 30 years. Before it became Cape Seafood Restaurant It was once called Golden Boy which had a well deserved great reputation for great fried and broiled seafood.

But it changed owners in 2011 and 2012 when the quality declined and Golden Boy closed. Then in the spring of 2013 John and Jenny Gianettos bought the place, renamed it Cape Seafood, and brought it back to the original quality for the freshest seafood and friendly service that made it famous. They make you feel almost like family. So if you have not been there since it became Cape Seafood it is time to come back. The instructions said to be specific as to what I ordered. Last night it was the fried clams but over the years I have eaten about everything on the menu and it is all good. The have broiled seafood cooked over an open fire but have discontinued Lobsters and Steamers.

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★★★★★

This is my favorite seafood restaurant again. Since the Gianettos Family who used to own the Kream and Kone in Chatham took over in the spring of 2013 the best fried clams are back.

I have been eating at this place for the past 30 years. Before it became Cape Seafood Restaurant It was once called Golden Boy which had a well deserved great reputation for great fried and broiled seafood.

But it changed owners in 2011 and 2012 when the quality declined and Golden Boy closed. Then in the spring of 2013 John and Jenny Gianettos bought the place, renamed it Cape Seafood, and brought it back to the original quality for the freshest seafood and friendly service that made it famous. They make you feel almost like family. So if you have not been there since it became Cape Seafood it is time to come back. The instructions said to be specific as to what I ordered. Last night it was the fried clams but over the years I have eaten about everything on the menu and it is all good. The have broiled seafood cooked over an open fire but have discontinued Lobsters and Steamers.

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