Thanks for reading my first OFF ISLAND restaurant review. Lindsey’s is on Route 6 in Wareham prior to the Bourne Bridge. A nice stop when you are going back to the boat and have an hour and a half to kill. My boy and I headed off the island today to take a breather from island life. On the way back we hit Lindsey’s. We were definitely the youngest ones in there. Place is like a meeting for AARP. However, these older folks know how to eat. Nothing was bad. Everything was reasonably priced and good. When I used to slam stripers in the cape cod canal I used to stop here on the way back for some clam cakes. Not the best I ever had but very, very good. (Flo’s in Portsmouth, RI has the best clam cakes)
We started off with the local steamers. Very very tasty. They did have a little bit of sand in em, but they were so sweet that it didn’t matter. Super fresh. It was on the special menu so I hope they still have em when you go. Second we got a cup of their “famous” seafood bisque. Another good choice. Too filling though, when I reflect on the dinner as a whole I should have skipped this part of the meal. The waitress was very nice and brought us a loaf of bread the size of a football. You just kind of break the pieces off. Service was an A-.
For our main courses as you can see above we both grabbed the Lazy Man’s Lobster with the crabmeat stuffing. The stuffing was good. The lobster was succulent and flavorful. I also ordered a corn on the cob as a side with my lobster which was one of the best corn on cob’s I have ever tasted.
All and all, good meal. On the verge of great. We got out of there for $60 each with tip. Meal would have cost $120 each on the vineyard. Sometimes it’s nice to get off island.
That seafood looks delish!