Fare: American - Italian influenced
Noise Level: Moderate
Food Quality: 2 Stars
Service: 1 and 1/2 Stars
Decor: 2 Stars
Overall Rating: 2 Stars
Food is well prepared, a notch above the many American menu Cape May restaurants.
Has not embraced the movement to using fresh, local seasonal ingredients and local, wild caught fish.
Limited metered parking during the busy summer evenings.
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy a a well prepared American menu
Not Recommended For: Budget conscious diners who prefer a less pricey, more casual family menu .
Recommended dishes: When available, The Filet Au Poivre; The Chilean sea bass; and The Veal Tenderloins .
Alcohol: BYOB, local Cape May wines are available .
Located on the Washington Street Pedestrian Mall, Tisha's is a BYOB offering a fine dining menu of creative New American- Italian influenced seafood, meats, and pasta dishes.
The decor is contemporary beach town with a variety seascape photos adorning the walls with wooden floors and tables set with linen napkins
Owners and Chef Paul Negro with wife Jennifer serves a seasonally changing menu with fresh, creatively prepared dishes.
The breakfast menu has an excellent variety of omelets, egg specialties, and pancakes. Their lunch menu has a good variety of salads, soups, burgers, and gourmet sandwiches.
With so many excellent fine dining restaurants in Cape May, Tisha's is barely a notch above the others.
While overall they serve well prepared seafood dishes, the preparations tend to be inconsistent, especially during the busy summer dining hours.
The service is friendly and attentive.
Outdoor dining is available on the pedestrian mall.
Not recommended for kids
Tisha's is open year round with seasonal hours. The Summer hours are:
Breakfast (7:00am - 11:30am), Lunch (11:30am - 3:00pm), and Dinner (5:00pm - 10:00pm).
(updated: June, 2016)
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