Filets, Steaks and Seafood - American Type Restaurant in North Myrtle Beach with 115 reviews
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Filets, Steaks and Seafood

American Restaurant in North Myrtle Beach

 
Filets, Steaks and Seafood
Rated: 3.4 out of 5 with 115 Reviews

The restaurant has views overlooking the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and Harbourgate Marina, with indoor and outdoor dining on our Tiki Bar and Deck we offer live music every night through the summer.


Filets, Steaks and Seafood
2120 Sea Mountain Highway
North Myrtle Beach
843-280-5200
Hours: Lunch 11:30-4:00- Dinner 4:00-Till
General Info:
  • Lunch Served
  • Dinner Served
  • Snacks or Appetizers
  • Outdoor Seating
There are currently 115 user submitted reviews for this restaurant.

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Posted: Jun 05th, 2014 at 10:14 am
From: Wheatland, WY
By: ss


Avg. Rating:4.5
We've been coming to MB for a 6 years now and everyone in our group agreed that this is one of the best restaurants that we have been to . We had sled some locals for a recommendation and they had suggested this place. The food was SUPERB. There were 10 of us and we were able to make a reservation which was nice. Several people in the group ordered the special ( the par 4) which was a combination of a filet topped with a crab cake, shrimp and scallops. We could have split it as it was a large portion. It was cooked to perfection. The trigger fish was also excellent. If you still have room after dinner, the white chocolate cheesecake is wonderful. After dinner we went out to the deck and enjoyed the live music . Not sure about the people that wrote the poor reviews but we thoroughly enjoyed our evening and would definitely go back.
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Posted: Jan 17th, 2014 at 8:58 am
From: Falmouth, MASSACHUSETTS
By: pk


Avg. Rating:4.3
Having read other reviews (both good and bad) decided to try anyway, really wanted beef. Although the restaurant was busy, we were given our choice of seating options. Greeted by our server and offered beverage service right away. Food was excellent (both sushi and filets). Presentation of the sushi was lacking in imagination, but was fresh and tasty. We plan on returning and will recommend to others.
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Posted: Jun 14th, 2013 at 9:25 pm
From: Cherry Grove, TN
By: jp


Avg. Rating:1
We have never been so offended and disgusted as we were when we visited Filet's. We got there around 9:15, and the fact that we were there late was obviously part of the reason for the bad experience. However, when charging $26-$39 a plate the time you come in should not reflect the quality of the food that you order. There were 6 of us, three couples. 5 of the 6 entrees we ordered were disasters, but the problems started long before we received our meals. The service was average at the beginning, the bread was good, and the salads weren't very cold but they were very tasty. We ordered the clams as an appetizer and attempted to order the sampler appetizer, which was a combo of 4 different things. The server told us that they were out of the wontons, in the sampler. We asked if we could just have extra of the tuna spring rolls, and she told us that they were actually out of those too and they would substitute "fish bites" for the wontons and spring rolls. We said no thank you to that (wondering what in the world is in a "fish bite"). We didn't (want) this much at the time really because it was 9:15 on a Saturday night, and assumed they must have had a busy day. We ordered our entrees then. Our table ordered the Seared Tuna, Surf and Turf, Stuffed Grouper, The Angus Delmonico Steak, Crab Cakes, and The Seafood Sampler Platter as out entrees. The choices of sides were mashed potatoes, collard greens, baked potatoes, rice, or a veggie medley. When trying to order the mashed potatoes we were told they were out. Ok, again, we thought it was because it was late. We thought it was odd that they were able to pop out fresh baked potatoes still, but didn't say anything. The Clams came out and were overcooked, but not so bad that we said anything. Once our food arrived everything changed. For starters, the vegetable medley was cinnamon glazed carrots (which tasted like pure cinnamon). Everyone who ordered that, couldn't eat them and agreed that had we known the "vegetable medley" was carrots that tasted like thanksgiving day we wouldn't have ordered them. The rice was old and dry, that was sent back too and replaced by a baked potato that was nowhere near fresh (which explained why they had baked potatoes and not mashed--- they were very old and shriveled and had obviously been kept in a warmer for far too long). Everything that I have mentioned thus far would have still been understandable to some extent had our meals not been disastrously awful. The tuna that was ordered rare to medium rare came out way overcooked. It was sent back. The lobster tail on the $39 Surf and Turf was RAW and not a fresh tail (obviously a frozen one). It was sent back, but the steak that came with it was not, it was edible at least. The Seafood Platter wasn't sent back but it was full of frozen then fried clam strips, and fried fish that had over a quarter of an inch of breading. It was not fresh, again, frozen, then straight into the fryer. At 25 dollars, it was offensive. The Angus Delmonico Steak was described on the menu as "The King of Steaks". It was ordered medium rare and came out almost medium well. It came back medium and tasted weird. I cut into several places in the steak and of all the steaks I have ever seen, this was as close to an Omaha frozen steak as you'll find. It was in no way the king of steaks. It was worse than something you would order at a Shoneys and an actual Shoney's steak would blow this one away. The Stuffed Grouper was the biggest FAIL of all. This restaurant should be ashamed of what was served on this plate. On the menu it was described as a BROILED filet stuffed with a homemade maryland crabmeat dressing. Firstly, the "broiled filet" looked like it was a "boiled filet". It was totally white. No color on it whatsoever, nor seasoning that any of us could see. I am not sure how you could accomplish broiling a filet without giving it any color or seasoning. AND it was undercooked, as in raw, and yet, mushy. It was so disgusting that even when presented with the offer to order something else, my stomach had been turned and I could not eat anything else. The "dressing" was a runny orange sauce that the filet was covered with and so much that it seemed they were trying to hide something under it...I now know what. DISGUSTING and OFFENSIVE that a restaurant with these prices could let food of this quality leave the kitchen. When the manager was told that the filet was undercooked and boiled, not broiled, his response was that it is "finished in a convection oven after it is stuffed with the 'dressing'". Obviously they need to update their description on the menu to an undercooked boiled filet of grouper that is then smothered in an orange crab sauce and stuck in an oven for a second or two before served. It would have been a laughable meal, had it not been dangerously disgusting and made you lose your appetite all together. Then after not wanting anything to replace this atrocity, the management asked if you would like a complimentary after dinner drink instead. After dinner? After WHAT dinner? We probably should have all had an after dinner dose of the strongest antibiotic they have to insure that we won't all have salmonella poisoning from this mess of a dinner. In the end, all we can figure after extensively talking about how offensive this place was on so many levels is as follows...This sorry excuse for fine dining is nothing more than very very low quality food at fine dining prices. Gordon Ramsey would have a field day in this restaurant, and this place should absolutely be on the show "Kitchen Nightmares." The owner has to be a narcissist, who has absolutely no problem screwing every single person that walks through the door. He knowingly orders, cooks, and sends out this crap food, and then expects you to pay full price for it. He is reliant on managers that come around and half way apologize when caught and called out...acting like it never happens, and you'll need someone in your party very special in order for them to give you 50% off the bill. READ THE OTHER BAD REVIEWS!!!! This place is a nightmare and in need of and could probably only be helped by Gordon Ramsey. Seriously one of the worst restaurants, in terms of the quality of food, most of us had ever eaten at... Good luck if you don't listen to our words and eat here. Hopefully you'll have a doctor in the crowd the night you go. If not, get a 12 pack of charmin and some baby wipes...you'll need it.
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Posted: Jan 29th, 2013 at 4:14 pm
From: Carolina Shores, NC
By: dm


Avg. Rating:2.8
As in the past, they list winter specials on their website. This time, though, they say to call or ask your server for details. Not wanting to get there and be surprised by my server, I called. I was told I needed a coupon. I asked where to get the coupon and they said it was in the Sun. So I went and got a Sun, but there was no coupon. I called and asked to speak to the manager because I thought it was deceptive to say they had a special but then let you arrive and find out you need an unavailable a coupon, contrary to past procedures. He accused me of "having attitude" and suggested they "aren't the kind of restaurant" for me. I used to go there a lot. No more.
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Posted: Sep 25th, 2012 at 8:07 pm
From: Little River, SC
By: jpb


Avg. Rating:2.8
This is a great place for sitting on the deck and enjoying appetizers and drinks. The main dinner menu is a bit pricey. Menu items tend to be covered in sauces or spiced in some way. My meal was served barely warm . Not a place you will find a down home cooking style menu. I can't recommend it for dinner.
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Posted: Sep 14th, 2012 at 12:08 pm
From: hollidaysburg, PA
By: f b


Avg. Rating:2.7
Cut out buy one get coupon from the paper. Waiter seated us and took our drink order. Ordered iced tea and water. Waiter returned and told us about specials. Told him we had the coupon and he said that throws the specials out the window and we had to order two drinks as he said we had to read the fine print. We ordered Ny strip dinner. He never came back after delivering the meals except to drop the check off that he added eighteen percent tip onto. The waitress for the table beside us was very nice to another couple that had the coupon. She explained their options with coupon and served them very well unlike our waiter who was just short of rude. The meal was good but the waiter didn't deserve a nickle with his attitude.
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Posted: Aug 16th, 2012 at 10:47 pm
From: Irwin, PA
By: jw


Avg. Rating:2
My husband and I saw an advertisement on TV for Happy Hour offered from 4-7pm. We decided to head out there because it looked good. When we inquired about the Happy Hour appetizer menu and drinks we were told it ended at 6, but TV 33 said it was till 7. While browsing the overpriced menu, we watched the waitresses shovel garbage into a trash can beside the bar and outdoor patio tables where people were eating and then serve food and drinks to customers. Where was the hand washing? I don't' know about you, but I don't want to look at a maggoty garbage can while I eat. We left after one drink. Save your gas, time, and money. Go to Angelo's if you want a good steak!
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Posted: Jul 24th, 2012 at 12:08 am
From: Wilmington, NC
By: ec


Avg. Rating:2.7
My wife and I and another couple,to whom I recommended this restaurant to went to Filets tonight for dinner. I had been there in the fall and the food was very good and persuaded my guests that this would be the a good place to go. Boy was I wrong. The food was terrible' I ordered the filet with a bacon mushroom cream sauce and my wife ordered broiled seafood our guest ordered Trigger fish (which they said was good) and a rib eye steak. The steaks (both of them were some of the toughest pieces of meat I had ever tried. I can only assume they are of a low grade. My wife's broiled seafood was served drowning in what I assume is butter to the point of it had no flavor. I wanted to tell the manager (later found out that he was the owner) but he looked like he was dressed to play golf and not run a restaurant. I was then told that the restaurant had recently been sold and that the current owner was not there in the fall when the food was good. I will not return one good meal out of four does not a good night make
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Posted: May 22nd, 2012 at 4:47 pm
From: LIttle RIver, SC
By: jwj


Avg. Rating:4.8
Luckily I did not read the previous reviews before I went to the restaurant for the first time. I have been there three times now and apparently my experience on all occasions was superior to many prior reviews. We had great service and the sushi was outstanding.
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Posted: May 17th, 2012 at 8:03 pm
From: Carolina Shores, NC
By: ch


Avg. Rating:3.7
Very friendly and welcoming hostess and waitress, Gabrielle. Gabrielle went out of her way to please us, and practically ran from table to table. Nice manager came around checking to see if we were satisfied. All in all a very pleasant evening with great service and decent food. Would definitely return.
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Posted: Feb 18th, 2012 at 10:31 am
From: Little River, SC
By: eft


Avg. Rating:4
I took my wife here for Valentines Day dinner. The place was packed so they seated us outside on the deck. We are so glad they did. They had a guy named Tim Hamilton playing music on the deck and he played all of our favorite songs. The food, the service, and the entertainment made for a memorable evening. We will be back!
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Posted: Jan 03rd, 2012 at 7:02 pm
From: Little River, SC
By: tf


Avg. Rating:3.2
We went on the buy one get one free night, so we splurged a little more and I got the surf and turf ( lobster & new York strip). Steak was very tough but lobster was yummy...a lot of food. Hubby liked his pecan chicken and friends enjoyed their trigger fish & salmon. Service was ok, but totally turned off by the servers appearance. Non professional! One girl even wore a unc sweatshirt!! For a $200 tab?? Id rather go to Ruth Chris! Also, the bathrooms were very outdated..,yuck! Another thing that surprised us was the included gratituty...it was only a party of 4! However, the server was honest enough to come tell us when my hubby failed to see it and added 20% more! (we promptly adjusted it) It was a decent night, but Don't think we will be back...
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Posted: Dec 09th, 2011 at 1:38 pm
From: north myrtle beach, SC
By: a.d.


Avg. Rating:3.8
Awesome new menu at Filets! Looks like they are really making changes for the best . Sushi was fabulous as always. I was amazed at how warm and cozy the enclosed tiki deck was. Overall great experience!!
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Posted: Oct 19th, 2011 at 12:06 pm
From: North Myrtle Beach, SC
By: hrn


Avg. Rating:3
I took my wife there for her birthday and we both ordered filet minon and it was so tough we had to leave part of it because it was so tough, the ole fahioned drink I ordered he put a slice of orange, slice of lemon and a slice of lime and a crushed cherry and there was no whiskey it tasted like juice. no bitters and no sugar. After he cleaned up the table he said all week they have been having trouble with the steaks, why did he not tell us this when we ordered the steak, they had already added the gratuity of $13.00 + plus I gave him $8.oo tip and they did not tell us it was allready added in. Out last time of going there. It was a louzy birthday formy wife.
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Posted: Sep 18th, 2011 at 6:13 am
From: little river , SC
By: johnnyc


Avg. Rating:4.7
I recently moved to south carolina so I ventured out to "filets"...the place is always packed and it had an outside area with live music...it was exactly what I was looking for food was great the steak and seafood was cooked perfectly....the service first rate my waiter was very attentive even though it was quite busy....the music was perfect not loud and over bearing ....just a enjoyable night ....i will be going back...
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