October 2, 2005
Siro's serves contemporary Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood dishes. The lunch menu lends itself to more traditional American fare like the Turkey Club and Sirloin Burger, but also includes Seafood risotto and other unexpected dishes. For dinner, the seafood and pasta dishes cannot be beat by other restaurants in Quincy. The Shrimp Scampi with its authentic chardonnay sauce cannot be beat. The fresh lobster and asparagus ravioli is also very good, and available in half portions so that you could enjoy other parts of your meal (like the splendid appetizers and desserts) without getting overwhelmed.
The service at Siro's is very friendly and professional. The wine list here is quite extensive, and our waitress suggested a very nice bottle for our table. She also suggested if we were looking for something to do after, the bar next door (the Water Club) waives the cover charge (usually $10) for patrons of the restaurant. What more could you ask for?
Our experience at Siros was very good, and I wouldn't hesitate to take friends or family there again for a nice dinner.
From journal Life in the Presidential Town of Quincy