Grill 233 is a restaurant at 233 Route 1, in Yarmouth, Maine.
It is actually larger than it looks from the outside, where it sits nestled among some trees with a footbridge through the wood to the motel next door, inviting travelers to venture over for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
There's a lovely dining room with white table-cloth-covered tables, some booths, and lots of windows to make things bright on a sunny day.
Then there's a separate area with booths only, for a more intimate setting.
Or if it's your desire to belly-up to the bar for your eats, there is a full bar with a dozen stools for that purpose as well.
On a rare excursion with a girlfriend, sans Mr. Eva, we chose to stop here because even though it was well past the usual lunch time, there were still several cars in the parking lot. I took that to mean that the food was probably palatable.
My friend ordered the haddock sandwich with hand-cut sweet potato fires, served with a crisp dill pickle and a side of tarter sauce. The flaky haddock fillet was ensconced in a hearty ciabatta roll and topped with fresh tomato slices and lettuce.
She enjoyed the haddock, but especially raved about the sweet potato fries!
I chose the "Herbie" burger which consisted of a 1/2 lb. Angus beef patty, topped with wood-smoked bacon and Cheddar cheese. Instead of sweet potato fries, I went for the traditional hand-cut fries. There were a side of bbq sauce to spread on the burger and another crispy dill pickle on the plate as well. (The fries were delicious, and I confess I downed a few before I remembered to take a photo!)
Our meal was very enjoyable, the service was excellent, and I would definitely stop by again. The menu was varied, and I'd love to try some of the other selections in the future.
Grill 233 has a nice website. Click here to pay them a visit and check out the various menu choices!
Once again, I received no compensation for this review, we paid for our meals and the opinions expressed are mine only.