This was our first visit to Filho's and it was all very positive. We were greeted as we entered and given a choice of where to sit. We arrived relatively early for dinner, 5:30, so there were still seating options and quiet enough for conversation. My food was excellent. I would highly recommend the beet salad! I should have stopped with that but proceeded to have veal saltimbucco for my entree ... excellent again! My husband wasn't as pleased with his choices but the wait staff was excellent asking if they could change something to make it more satisfactory. The restaurant is small , but I think that lends itself to becoming a regular stop for many in the community ... the kind of place where they might get to know you by name. The bathroom facilities was adequate as was parking. A special shout out to Julie, our server, for an excellent job!
This restaurant is just off rt 2 (on rt 2A) after the Concord rotary. It's very cozy with friendly service. We shared excellent mussels with a wonderful sauce. I had an excellent salmon special and my wife had a delicious pasta with vegetables. The portions were very generous and we brought "doggy" bags home. We also were tempted by a piece of chocolate cake and brought that home as well. We'll visit again. They also have a great pizza section on the menu. I'll investigate that in the future.
Been here a few times. Each time was always Enjoyable. The Lindsey's Grilled Chicken Sandwich Fabulous! Also the Pizzas are Great and 1/2 price Monday through Friday 2-5pm. If You Like pasta and seafood, The Ravioli di Aragosta is Delicious.
Amazing food, great service. Would highly recommend the lobster and shrimp ravioli. Great dessert as well.
We went to Filho's after finding we needed reservations at Concord's Main Street Café, and after Rapscalions down the street ran out of gas and had to close its kitchen before we could get our meals (the evening did not start out well!). We were pleasantly surprised! I had been looking at Filho's for a few months, after noticing it for the first time. It's very unassuming on the outside. I THOUGHT it was a pizza joint, but was pleasantly surprised to find it's actually a fine Italian restaurant! There was nary a pizza in sight, as a matter of fact, and the dining room had what can only be descibed as Old World charm. Filho's has a very good menu filled with a lot of dishes I wasn't familiar with, but they all looked very good. I had the lobster and crab ravioli with shrimp, and it was delicious! The rest of my family was similarly happy with their dishes. The 2 unfamiliar beers I had were both excellent, and the prices were not even very high (my $22 ravioli was one of the most expensive entrees on the menu, and most dishes ran $11-$15. Also, service was EXCELLENT. All in all, we were extremely satisfied with Filho's, and will be back, probably often.