All the Essence of Cape Cod at The Pilot House

It all starts with a creamy flavorful cup of savory clam chowder that is sure to be one of the toughest contenders at the Chowderfeast this June. The Pilot House is truely a must stop for all who enjoy the fine flavors of chef who really knows how to please his customers. After a little exercising in preparation for my food exploration trails for the summer on Cape Cod, I am ready to boldly go out and help you all find some good restaurants as you plan your busy summer season. Along with my two foodie friends Sue and Naomi we venture out to The Pilot House which offers great views of the Sandwich Marina. We agreed that the chowder was outstanding with a great savory flavor that left us wanting more. I had to try the Stuffed Quahog which was flavorful with a hint of savory spices and a little heat. My main attraction was the Seafood Pot Pie which had lobster, shrimp, scallops, haddock and asparagus baked in a light lobster sherry cream sauce, topped with a puff pastry. The seafood was fresh and the sherry cream sauce ever so flavorful as it blanket my delicious seafood with asparagus bites to add more depth. My friend Sue is my seafood expert and she decided on the Fried Seafood Platter which included schrod, shrimp, scallops, clams and oysters serve on top sweet potato fries for a delicious change of pace. Sue was impressed with the fresh lightly battered seafood and is ready to return again. Naomi is my non seafood lover and my Cape Cod historian, decided on the Rueban Grille which offers choice of lean corned beef or turkey, sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island dressing on marble rye. She decided on the corned beef version which was filled and ever so flavorful. They have lots of choices on the menu and you will find yourself wanting to return for more food adventures. Their drink menu offers lot of inventive cocktails for the weary travelers who yearns for something new. I know it will be my favorite summer hang out and I want to offer Thanks to an amazing chef and wait staff.

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