Respond to Review of Napi's
by Roger in PA
Review: Where else can you find vestiges of P-town's early history as a Portuguese fishing village, creative architecture using nearly all recycled materials, a fascinating display of local art and artifacts, a warm and intimate atmosphere, superb service, and a diverse, imaginative, international cuisine including over a dozen gourmet vegan or vegan-convertible dishes? In my decade or more of summer visits sampling a variety of Provincetown restaurants, Napi's is far and away my favorite. On the most recent visit, the cashew vegetable stir fry was awesome. On the regular dinner menu, three of four vegetarian appetizers and five of ten veg entrees are vegan. The daily specials often have vegetarian or vegan offerings and the wait staff and chef are cheerfully accommodating to make several other dishes vegan on request. The clientele is a lively cross-section of P-town regulars, but the seating arrangements make for an intimate, private and relaxing atmosphere.