A weeknight visit in early August 2007 around 7:00 PM found the dining room nearly empty. We soon found out why. We walk past the semi-open kitchen on the way back to the table and there is only one very scruffy and dirty looking guy cooking. This does not bode well. The menu is boring and all over the map. A ""specials"" page lists Haddock.with no clue as to how it is prepared. Surf & Turf du Jour is also a mystery. The waitress, who could not be less enthusiastic about her job and who looks and dresses like an unmade bed, informs us that haddock is the Surf part of the S&T. I ask how it's prepared and she tells me ""same as the special"" pointing to the card, which again tells me nothing. We are seated by the sliders, which affords a nice water view in the distance, if you ignore the garbage and trash strewn in the foreground. Bread brought to the table consisted of four tiny slices of anemic super market baguette. It has no color, not even on the crust and is stale. Fish & Chips are a dissappointment. The fish is laden with oil and the fries are more like dried out potato sticks of the variety that comes in the cardboard can. I've never seen cole slaw like this. It was mostly pulverized lettuce and not cabbage which is a cardinal sin. It was also alarmingly warm. Another diner gets the daily lasagna special; Beef and Four Cheese ($20). A two-inch by two-inch square of lasagna arrives swimming in a pool of flavorless tomato chunks. Most of the tomatoes are burned and stuck to the side of the dish. Not much is edible. There is not one aspect of this restaturant that is appetizing.\r
In Provincetown, one is prone to seeing many colorful and eclectic characters. It's part of what makes the place interesting. However, the entire staff here looks like they belong in a methadone clinic, the lone exception being one waiter of Eastern European origins who is well groomed and looks very out of place.