Photo by krylon80Ichabod FlatKingston Bay, Massachusetts Map it!Intertidal oyster from the famed mudflats of Plymouth, the same body of water that produces Rocky Nook, Duxbury, Standish Shore, and Island Creek.Avg. rating 4 Make a favorite40Species: EasternCultivation: Bags-to-BeachSalinity: BrinySize: AverageRegion: Massachusetts 2 RatingsSubmit a Rating krylon80 on April 21, 2017 at 4:32 pm Rating 3.5 A decent oyster by Northeastern standards, not the best, not the worst. Had them many times around New England as they are a prominent year-round oyster.(3.5/5) This rating is based on a meal at Row34 (owned by Island Creek) in Boston in March. A med/large sized, briny oyster, they have a very clean taste as do most decent Northeastern oysters. They have a medium firmness within the spectrum of the more-firm Northeastern oyster. Beyond their clean brine, there’s not much else going on in terms of flavor, which I think would make them a bit uninteresting to a more experienced oyster aficionado. Log in to Reply Rowan Jacobsen on May 29, 2016 at 11:32 am Rating 4 Classic Cape Cod Bay oyster profile: Briny, buttery, and rich, like seafood bisque. Really good. Nice size and shell shape. Eaten at Shaw’s Crab House in Chicago. Log in to Reply Submit a Rating Cancel replyPlease login to submit a rating, or register here.