Canteen’s midweek themes incorporate global flavor

Last week's Lebanese dinner for midweek International Nights from The Canteen restaurant in Provincetown included ground lamb and beef Kebbeh (balls) with fattoush salad. It included a side of labneh, manakish (seasoned flat bread), hummus and olives.

Most times and evenings, The Canteen in Provincetown serves fare that chef/co-proprietor Rob Anderson has explained makes it “a relaxed sandwich-and-lobster-roll cafe,” though with the impact of modern American cuisine.

Accessible in these pandemic times for takeout only (or supply in city), the a single-page menus for lunch and supper include clam chowder, lobster grilled cheese as properly as lobster rolls, and French fries, moreover a heat grain bowl, an “eat your greens” salad, crispy brussel sprouts, rooster sandwiches and vegan selections.

But on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings in the wintertime and spring, Anderson and his workers acquire patrons on what he describes as “a tour around the environment.”

Culinary globe tour

For the fourth off-period, Canteen has established popular concept evenings programmed to offer foods that are affordable and not normally quick to find on the Outer Cape in the winter.

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