412 Main Street
MA 02601-3916


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British Beer Co offers Restaurants services in , MA area.

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BBC a satisfying pub experience By Laurie Higgins Cape Cod Times May 09, 2008 After tasting plenty of Lowcountry food on our recent vacation to Charleston, S.C., we were ready for some new flavors, so we headed to the British Beer Company in Hyannis. It was a Friday night; the place was packed and the atmosphere lively. Two big-screen TVs and a large pull-down screen allowed everyone in the restaurant to watch the Celtics playoffs, which made hubby happy. It didn????t take long to figure out why this restaurant is so popular and has seven locations on and off-Cape. The d????cor at the BBC is wonderfully cozy, with club-style booths, warm wood, mustard-colored walls and a punched tin ceiling. The menu is interesting ???? and affordable. A lot of people around us had nice-looking pizzas sitting on pedestals. We were told the pizzas are quite good, but we were going for a more authentic British experience. Since we were in a pub with the word ????beer???? in its name, it seemed only prudent to order a beer. My only complaint was that there was a dizzying array of beer choices, but no prices. That might not bother some people, but with a challenge to keep my bill to $20 or less, it left me crossing my fingers and hoping I wouldn????t go over budget. Beer is not a beverage I drink often, so it was hard to pick one from the more than 50 choices on the menu. After narrowing it down to only British beers, I was still lost. I was tempted by Old Speckled Hen because I liked the name, but our server Melissa also recommended Fuller????s Pride and then brought me a sample of each to taste. Even though they didn????t taste much different to me, I ended up choosing the Old Speckled Hen ($5.99 for a 20-ounce draft). It was a flavorful amber beer with a hint of bitterness. My husband had no trouble choosing a beer. He quickly decided on a pint bottle of Fuller????s 1845 ($6.99), a full-bodied, award-winning British beer that was created to commemorate Fuller????s 150th anniversary. For dinner, I ordered the Chicken and Leek Pasty Pie ($9.99), which was an incredibly rich and flaky half-circle pastry filled with saut????ed leeks and chunks of tender chicken in a flavorful gravy. It came with a scoop of mashed potatoes that were creamy and absolutely delicious because they were loaded with butter and cheddar cheese. The veggie was broccolini saut????ed in garlic and butter. This is pure comfort food, but certainly not low calorie. Because of its richness, the meal was very filling. My husband had a theme going, and he ordered the Fish and Chips ($12.99) made with Fuller????s London Pride beer batter. The fish was a large fillet of moist and flaky haddock with a pleasingly crunchy crust. The french fries were batter-dipped and nicely seasoned. The coleslaw was a tad bitter. I like my coleslaw a little sweeter, but my husband enjoyed it. Neither of us had room for dessert, and our friendly server Melissa, who used to live in London, informed us that portions are much smaller there than here. Full and happy, we hung around sipping our beers and enjoying the party.
Disabled Accessible, First Date, Group Friendly, No Smoking
Payment Accepted
American Express, Discover, Visa, MasterCard
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Pizza, Traditional American
Beer, Liquor, Wine
Food Served
Appetizers, Pub Grub
Dancing, Karaoke
DJs, Live Music
Business Casual
802.11b Wi-Fi
Wi-fi Hotspot
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