Sloppy waitress, burnt food, laughable decor.
I must preface this by saying that I have never been compelled to write a review before now, but I was so disappointed with my experience at Steamers Landing that I felt I must inform others who consult this guide before trying out a new spot. I went to Steamer's for the ""Downtown for Dinner 2007"" prix fixe event which was $35 a person. I must note that Delmonico's also participated in this annual event for the same price, to put Delmonico's and Steamer's Landing in the same category (according to the $35 price) is LAUGHABLE. Everything about the experience was shameful- the waitress who was sloppily dressed barely approached our table throughout the meal, relying on her bus boys to provide service. In fact, she tried to bring us desert menus, and I had to inform her that we hadn't yet been brought our entrees. When my entree did arrive, (braised short ribs) IT WAS BURNT TO A CRISP, with some kind of congealed fat/gravy mixture spread accross the top to conceal the fact that it was burnt. Aside from the escargot, which was DELISH, everything about this place sucked.