Heaven, I'm in Heaven. What? I'm not in Heaven, I'm in Chach? As has been abundantly stated, the most amazing, HEAVENLY, vanilla-infused French toast ever made. I can't finish it, can't eat the middle because it gets too soggy and gloopy. But the crusty edges, thick all the way up and down: give me more, 'til I burst!I love the waitstaff. I think some are leftover from the last restaurant here whose name escapes me. I love the woman with the fish tattoos. Is she a Pisces? I don't know, ask her. She also has a great haircut and a sort of typical "does she like me or hate me?" Provincetown vibe. The older gentlemen waiters who are generous with the "sweeties" and "honeys" are an easier read: obviously they love me.My kids love it, my hubby loves it, my mother (yes, my unpleaseable mother) loves it, our friends love it, our kids' friends love it. Closed on Wednesdays, so don't take a 3-hour walk down the beach from your condo and expect a big hunking breakfast on a Wednesday.If you've never vacationed in Ptown yet, you may be surprised at the prices, which are on the high side, esp. considering that this is mostly breakfast. The music can be unpredictably loud or simply too Ptown for me.Lots of locals, always a good sign. Chach gets thumbs up with a twist (highest rating).
A sad disappointment. With a huge, very loud party directly behind our small table for two and another table for two 10 inches away from us, , my husband and I could not carry on a conversation. Service was slow and after the large party was served, ours came out barely warm. If you must, dine in the front room where it might be more conducive to an enjoyable, relaxing evening out for the price.
We had to be seated in the front where there was no ocean view. I looked at the menu and right away was taken back by fried chicken for $20 and meatloaf for $18? That is outrageous even for Provincetown. Needless to say we had a salad and burger.
Everything here is freakin AWESOME!!!
Burger is awesome!!! Fish amd chips yummy...drinks awesome!!!
Overall a good place to eat in town.Prices range from $15 - $30 per person which is normal for a resort town.Parking is tough which is also typical of resort areas.