Alfredos is good enough for carry out. Unfortunately not good enough for the real deal. Maybe the master chef will get it for consistent quality food.
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The food used to be very good, the veal & chicken parm were amazing. The prime rib was very tasty.... another Italian restaurant bites the dust in Quincy...
We ate at Alfredo's quite some time ago and, thus, forgot exactly how good it really was. Sadly, we found out too late as they are--along with another favorite restaurant of ours--closing by the end of this year. The food quality is very good and...More
This is an Italian restaurant with a couple of Greek choices From the dipping oil with the hot, fresh bread to the perfectly broiled lamb chops, it would be hard to beat this eatery Go on a Monday or Tuesday night and you'll receive a...More
Four of us ate here on Sunday evening. It was pretty busy but they accommodated us and we were well looked afte by the waitress. Food was good and the portions generous - apart from my lamb chops. I thought $27 was rather steep for...More
WE found Alfredo's on Trip Advisor and can vouch for the very positive reviews showing on TA. My wife had the pasta and meatballs- probably the BEST meatballs she has ever had. I had the Quincy Chicken special, came with an order of calamari (quite...More
My wife have been here several times & unlike some negative comments given by some patrons we have never been disappointed here. For example,the last visit was on my 70th birthday & there were seventeen of us attending. All 17 meals arrived at the same...More
My wife and I having not visited Alfredo's for quite some time decided yesterday to go there for dinner and were not disappointed. To start we both ordered a glass of the house Chianti & unlike some other establishments we actually got a full glass...More
Serves 'traditional' Italian, in a setting that looks like some of the scenes from Goodfellas might have been filmed here.... but certainly not the classy nightclub scenes. In order to enter the restaurant, which features 1960's era faux wood paneling and some sort of used-tp-be-shag...More