This new restaurant says that its menu is inspired by coastal Mediterranean dining experiences. The name, Si Si, means “yes yes,” in both Italian and Spanish. The food “immerses you in the sun-kissed flavors of Italy, Greece, Spain, Morocco and beyond.”
Si Si is sure to make the list of best places to enjoy a meal with a waterview.
Located in the EHP Resort & Marina, the menu is filled with the inspired favorites from the Mediterranean like souvlaki that comes with a choice of chicken, pork, and crispy Montauk fluke; Lamb burger; and bucatini verde. They also have their own lobster roll. Oysters on the half shell are seem to be a popular choice for an appetizer. They also feature a menu of special cocktails. Perfect for a boozy brunch.
Photo: EHP Resort & Marina Facebook page.
Online reviews for Si Si remain very mixed. Either people love it or hate it. For the most part, everyone says that the location and vibe are fantastic.
Cyrus P, from NYC did say that “Si Si is five star.”
“This was formerly Moby's before they went back to their original location on Pantiago last year,” he wrote. “The location is beautiful with bay views so you get great sunset exposure… The vibe is unbeatable and the food is good enough to claim this one of the best restaurants in East Hampton all around. It has everything. Classy feel, Montauk vibes with elegant dinnerware and settings. You won't regret it.”
Location: 295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, East Hampton, (631) 658-9380.