Went here as a second choice the first was not open. We ordered a large fried oyster and a regular seafood plater for three of us. The scallops were excellent and my wife loved the fried oysters. I thought the fried clams could have been...More
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We have visited this location on season, off-season is a whole new ballgame. Very disappointed in the seating area, it was filthy, food all over the floor, tables were not cleaned off. The food (Fisherman's Platter) while generous, the scallops were too dark, which means...More
last summer we went to Sir Cricket's for some take out. The Fish and chips were very good. Also the scrimp that we have taste great. I will go back.
We enjoyed the fried scallops, but fish and chips batter did not stay on the fish and was greasy. Few tables, waited for other diners to finish. Would recommend, and would eat here again, but I would try other options. Excellent fish market adjacent.
This restaurant was recommended highly by locals. I was a little skeptical of eating fried clams away from the NorthShore Ipswich clam shacks. But... They were tender, fresh, crispy, nicely battered and overall amazing!! When asked, I was told that the clams were from Ipswich!...More
I was in Cape Cod in the middle of March and I was disappointed in all the closed restaurants! I was delighted to find that Sir Cricket's Fish & Chips was open for business! Everyone had told me to try fried clams while I was...More
Very small place we stumbled on a couple years ago so when in the area last weekend we had lunch. I had clam chowder and thought it was great , Wifey had a clam roll , it was large with several fried clams , she...More