Haversham Tavern: "The Latest Restaurant in the Old Swiss Chalet" Westerly Restaurant Tip by gaolei

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  Haversham Tavern
by gaolei

At the intersection of US1 and US 1A at the eastern edge of Westerly, there are several buildings that were once called the Swiss Chalet. Over the years, several people tried to revive the restaurant in this building and failed. Haversham Tavern is the latest attempt. I hope they succeed!

The food here is very reasonably priced and the quality and quantity are excellent. I had the little necks on linguine. Little Necks are the small Quahaugs, hard shell clams to non Rhode Islanders and those who never saw Family Guy. The clams are served in opened shells, the only way to eat them. My friends had the Haddock, and raved about how good it was.

Service is prompt, efficient and friendly. The Haddock was only $10. The wine selection was OK.

Favorite Dish: I like seafood on linguine. I loved the way these guys did it. I will be back for more.

Address: Intersection of US route 1 and 1A
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: It is at the eastern end of Westerly near the Charlestown line and next to the US1-1A intersection.
Phone: 401-322-1717
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 4
Theme: Local
Website: http://thehaversham.com/index.htm

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 31, 2011
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