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Off the beaten path, but still a destination for a lot of families, Websters reminds me of those seafood shacks that used to be so prevalent on Cape Cod. You order from the menu board at the counter and wait for your number to be...More
Stopped for dinner. Large menu, 2 choices of sides served with dinner. And for $.99 you can have salad bar. Large menu, fried, broiled and grilled seafood. We had fried shrimp, which was excellent and fried haddock which was ok. Sides were large. You give...More
The pictures do not do the food justice. I couldn't eat the lobster roll because it was so big and packed with lobster meat, no celery filler! The bun was toasted and lined with a lettuce leaf so it wouldn't get soggy. There was a...More
We stopped at Webster's on a whim during an afternoon of biking on the adjacent Norwottuck Bike Trail. What a gem!
This is a very casual, counter-service only dining room. The vibe may feel a little "old" to some, but I think it adds to...More
Went for lunch with my wife. Had whole clams and wife had fried shrimp. Both lunch platters. Niether greasy, well cooked and hot. Fries were great and cole slaw tasty. Portions generous. Service solid and friendly. Will go back.
Okay, so it was only a fish sandwich and fries, but I enjoyed what I had. Just off of the Coolidge Bridge and easy access OFF of 91. Not sure though about getting back on! But good food here at a reasonable price. After dinner...More
While this restaurant is not near water it has the feel of being on the shore, with its decor and style. There is an excellent variety of seafood, as they say "fried, broiled, baked and grilled Cajun seafood". All of our groups choices tasted as...More
This used to be one of our favorite family restaurants. The fish was always fresh and the salad bar was a plus. We hadn't been here in several years and found it on the decline. My fried flounder seemed like it was out of a...More