This chef-owned bistro is a bit out of the way but quite the find. The dishes, which aren't what you'd expect in Cape Cod, are created with local ingredients prepared with Thai, North African and Middle Eastern spices and cooking techniques. The falafel with Israeli salsa in a tahini amba sauce is a very popular starter. The Thai seafood stew with fresh native mussels, scallops, clams, fish, shrimp and jasmine rice also is a great option when it's available. This is an absolute must if you are looking for a memorable meal since locals consistently rate it as one of the best around. Professional servers are very knowledgeable and can help with wine-pairing suggestions. The restaurant is set within an intimate clapboard cottage with pastel pink walls, wide wood floors and chic photography art. Tables are a bit close together but comfortable with plenty of silk pillows along the banquettes. Tables are topped with fine linen and colorful Moroccan glass candleholders. Outdoor covered dining is an option during the warmer months.