Chilling at Scargo's Cafe in Dennis

Traveling along route 6a or route 28 will deliver you many options for delicious food here on Cape Cod, it's just a matter of knowing just what you might like. On a casual Sunday afternoon we decided we wanted the comfort and creaminess of the best Grapenut Pudding that I have ever tasted so we headed to Scargo's Cafe in Dennis on route 6 in Dennis. The test of any good restaurant and chef is to duplicate the taste of a an excellent recipe and keep thr flavors so that each experience is as good as the first time and for years Scargo's has always delivered for me. Their menu is ever changing and the chef stays current with the times and food trends to deliver interesting tasteful food blends. Just a look at their Apps and Starters always leaves me wanting to return as they offer some very inventive salads, Shrimp or Tuna Martinis, Smoked Old Bay Wings and even a Charcuterie Board with assorted Italian meats, cheeses, and spreads. It all has to start somewhere so, we decided to try their Clam Chowder which was simple and creamy with the fresh flavor of clams and potaoes. Their burgers have always been a favorite of mine so my friend Naomi decided on the Pretzel Burger served on a fresh "Pennsylvania" pretzel roll grilled to perfection and rich in flavor with lettuce, tomatoes and fries. Sue my seafood lover decided on the Grilled Swordfish flamed grilled with lemon butter, herbed rice and fresh grilled asparagus. It was simplistic and so good allowing all the fresh flavors to combine into a tasteful harmony. I decided on the Scampi Flatbread which was sautéed shrimp, garlic butter, tomato, basil, and mozzarella all grilled on top of a rustic flatbread. It was just the perfect bite of Italian goodness and with a glass of good Chardonnay, one could feel heavenly. They have many other good choices which you can find if you click on the menu icon here. Thanks Scargo's Cafe for delivering consistency and keeping the flavors alive!!

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