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Chase's Daily
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96 Main St Belfast, ME 04915
96 Main StUSMEBelfast04915
(207) 338-0555
$$Restaurant, Vegetarian RestaurantToday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, 5:30 – 8:30 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Cozy, little storefront serving up creative farm-to-table vegetarian cuisine.- Google
People talk about beans and rice, fresh produce, baked goods, beet salad and organic food
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Richard Klyver
reviewed 2 months ago
My wife and I went here for dinner in July, 2013. It was AMAZING! One of the best meals we have ever had. Everything including dessert was superb. If you like being healthy, fresh vegetables, delicious tastes, and excellent service then you will love this restaurant. We live in the Bar Harbor area and have been to many of the best restaurants throughout the area. This is our favorite along with Havana in Bar Harbor.
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Anna Baird
reviewed 5 months ago
I went with my husband and we both ordered beans and rice, It was NOT what i expected. His salsa didn't look like was green with no other colors in it. They skimped on the shredded cheese, no sour cream, and covered our plates with cilantro which to me is gross unless acually chopped up and cooked in the dish. They didn't drain the black beans well and rinse them so gross bean water was running in my plate. VERY small portion for big price. Not too mention a fruit fly crawled off my plate. Through the whole meal i swatted fruit flies. Disgusting...will never eat there again.
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Fred Orlando
reviewed 3 years ago
If you are a vegetarian, this is about as good as it gets. If you aren't a vegetarian, this place could change your ways. Everything served is remarkably full of flavor and obviously very fresh. Despite the name, dinner is served only on Friday's. It's gets busy and sometimes the service can be a bit slow, but the specialness of the food more than compensates. The pizzas are not emphasized on the menu but they should be. They can compete with best from NYC, New Haven, and Italy. Other entrees and sides are equally impressive. If you're anywhere near Belfast, you shouldn't miss it.
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Flinder Zuyderhoff-Gray
reviewed 9 months ago
Just stumbled upon this place without prior knowledge of it and fell in love with it. Great cozy spot with great food. Well considered ingredients and attentive staff. Very intelligent restaurant concept! My fave spot in Maine so far!
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Brett Ahlstrom
reviewed 7 months ago
Meh. We went late morning and got a "burrito" and an omelet. "Burrito" was a bit of a misnomer; what it really was was a plate of sauteed veggies with black beans salsa and cheese which happened to have a tortilla around it. There were none of the typical flavors that tell you you are eating a burrito; no cumin, no chillies, and IIRC, it actually involved some kind of crumbly cheese. The omelet was more enjoyable although the flavors were so strong as to be in-your-face. My wife and I were musing afterwards about being shouted at by the food. No need for it all to be so loud. We sat at the counter which afforded me a view of the operation. I counted 13 people assumedly on the payroll to serve what has to be fewer than 60 seats. There was little-to-no communication between people and everyone was working at a strangely slow, dreamy, almost meditative pace. It was bizarre. I've been working in, and managing professional kitchens for nearly 20 years and I couldn't figure out what four or five of these peoples' job descriptions were supposed to be. There seemed to be a lot of redundancy and overcrowding in the kitchen. Whatever they are doing is working well enough perhaps; our food arrived in reasonable time. But I can't help but think they could cut their payroll by a third at least and either lower their prices or increase their profits. It looks to me like one more restaurant opened by folks who had no prior experience in foodservice and have done their best to figure it out. Again; what they are doing is arguably working, but looks to be fraught with redundancy and inefficiency. On an upside, the chai is homemade and quite delicious with strong flavors of cinnamon and cardamom (I would have added more black pepper, but that's a personal thing). The coffee was what you'd get at the counter of any roadside diner or convenience store. Had we known, we would not have gone to Chase's. The food isn't very well designed or terribly successful in its execution. And the $30+ check total was not in line with the experience.
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Linda Lacasse
reviewed a year ago
The freshest food. Accommodating and friendly. Love the family business. A must try restaurant!


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