Phoenix >Food & Dining > Steamers
2576 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ | Directions 8501633.509729 -112.025526
Neighborhoods: Camelback East
Valentines Day Disappointment – First off, this is not an inexpensive restaurant and I have enjoyed going in the past. But if there is a special day avoid this at all costs. I was completely disappointed on valentines day. We were seated in the BAR on rented tables, like the kind used in outdoor weddings, staples sticking out of the table thru the tablecloth. What's worse is it was overcrowded, you could not have an intimate conversation and you were subjected to hearing everyone else around you and their conversations. And last but not least, they LEFT the bar TVs on and on sports.
I am sooooo disappointed that I will probably never drop another dime in this establishment.
GROSS! – When you walk into Steamers it looks and smells like a 60 year old Dennys.
The food is so gross and the people that work there are slimy.
Fantastic Seafood; Extremely Pricey; Classy Setting – My wife and I had a great romantic dinner indoors here. Service was good. I had the shrimp cocktail with two giant prawns and some crab... good but overpriced at $17. I also had a bowl of chowder, which was a steal at $6 and chock full of plump clams.... some of the best chowder I've ever had. My wife had the ahi tuna, which was melt in your mouth delicious over a wasabi mashed potatoes. Some of the best tuna we've had, but you've got to love extremely rare fish. Someone else ordered the clams casino and it looked like an excellent appetizer. This is a great seafood restaurant, with some of the best seafood I've had in years, but hold on to your wallet. A plate of fish will set you back $26-35.
Established seafood restaurant features extensive wine list and oyster bar. – In Short
Steamers is a Phoenix mainstay that has been revamped to generate some new clientele. Heavy drapes, gilt-framed art and a massive wine rack now give the bi-level room a sense of decorum. The cheese biscuits are still a favorite, and signature steamed clams are always plenty. Patrons always enjoy the shrimp cocktail--a mix of poached shrimp, cuke, tomato, onion and cilantro, suspended in a spicy tomato-clam broth and served in a hurricane glass.
some meals good – The rare ahi tuna is good (although very rare), the halibut is flavorless and poor texture, the grouper was bland, a white fish with white asparagus that was tough and white potatos- didn't even look appetizing. The shrimp coctail didn't have enough horsradish and the shrimp bisque was pretty good, but not enough sherry and tasted pasty- I didn't even finish it. Also the service was slow- we waited 15 min. between the time they took our appetizer plates until the main course was served. Although the bussing staff was good at keeping the water filled.
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