Catering >The Stockpot Broiler
8200 Sw Scholls Ferry Rd, Beaverton, OR | Directions 9700845.460741 -122.780329
Neighborhoods: Denny Whitford
Beaverton's Best – My family and I went to the Stockpot Broiler for my parents anniversary, their favorite spot, and was I surprised.
What a remarkable establishment, from the service to the menu. I had the lamb rack with a carrot puree and lamb sweetbreads, wonderful!! My wifes scallops were something else, cooked perfectly. My parents stayed with what they know steak and the pepper steak looked fabulous as did the Tuscan tenderloin. This was defiantly not what I expected when we drove up to their spacious parking lot, hey free parking for that downtown experience.
Easter brunch is the worst ever! – OMG. Easter Brunch there was the absolute pits. The food was literally cold and gross! The buffet is warmed on the bottom by hot water, but the eggs and potatoes were still cold, even the stuff they had just put out. The sausage was rubbery. Decent prime rib, but that was it. The salad had so much dressing, it was like soup. The waffles were cold. When I mentioned the cold food to our server, i was told to go into the next room and tell the chef about it! Isn't that the server's job? Then they put out more food and it was also cold. They have some nerve charging $21.95 per person for such garbage!
Amazing food, a nice view, and great service too! – The Stockpot has a nice variety on their menu and you really can't go wrong with anything you select. One of my favorites is the prime rib and I'm not a big beef eater. The lamb is another dish I'd recommend and you can never go wrong with any of their seafood dishes. The crab cakes and stuffed mushrooms are both great starters and don't forget to save room for dessert. Their creme brule is to die for! Their wait staff is very attentive and the view of the golf course is probably the best in Beaverton. I've been there numerous times and have always been delighted!
Great Food, Grumpy Service – I attended a company banquet recently and was astounded at the bad attitude all but a few of the servers displayed from the beginning of the evening. It was very apparent that they did not want to be there. The private bar tender was abrasive and short and a few of the servers looked like they were "one something." I witnessed one of the servers knock my jacket off of the back of my chair, then walk all over it almost tripping...no effort to pick it up . I would have to say that for the price of hosting an event at The Stockpot Broiler, we expected better.
Good Happy Hour in Beaverton? YES WAY!! – My girlfriend and I went to Stockpot Broiler last week after a friend of ours who works there finally got us off the beaten path to go visit her. We live almost in St. Johns, so it's not easy to get us on to Portland's "suburban side." Wow, we were missing out. Their HH menu is packed with good eats, probably about 10-15 choices, and well drinks less than $3?! On a golf course?! They've got a full bar, I think 5 or 6 beers on draft, and pretty damn good food. We ordered 4 HH plates, my lady had 2 cocktails and I had 2 drafts, and got out of there for less than $25. I know you can get $1 PBR anywhere in Portland, but for the view we had from our table (18th hole) and the overall feel of the place, I'm sold on this HH. In terms of it being far away, if you know how to navigate a freeway it really isn't that far from anything. 217 gets you there, and 5/405 to 26W coming from N Portland is a sure way. So our friend had just gotten off shift and wasn't our server, but the girl we had was super cool and totally attentive, and the other girls looked like they were happy to be there, sometimes an anomaly in Portland's service industry. It was pretty jammin when we were in there actually. The day HH is from 4-6, and they also do it from 9-close! I consider myself a HH enthusiast, and this one is totally worth the drive for what a great time we had. I think this may be one of Beaverton's best kept HH secrets from the suburb-shy Portlandites...shouldn't be though! Good times! Happy HH everyone!!
The Stockpot is great! – My girlfriend and I have been here 3 or 4 times and we have had a great time each trip. The staff is friendly, and the scenery at Red Tail Golf course is beautiful. The food is also outstanding; everything I have ordered has been excellent. Try the lobster bisque!
Average for the area – This used to be a great place (considering location) to have a nice, dressed up meal, posh service and great wine. The only thing that remains the same is the location.
Most of the patrons here have been eating here since the 1980's or 1990s and probably have fond memories of how they used to be: great. But not so much anymore.
It's not terrible, but for the price...it's just not worth it. Steaks are huge, but not tender. Food it tasty, but nothing out of this world or new/innovative.
Rude – I can't believe how rude the service was. Worst I've ever experienced. Tried to raise the issue with management but she was just as rude if not worse.
I won't be returning. Ever.
Seafood Lovers, plan a date with Stockpot!! – The decor definitely fits the underlying theme, Seafood, Seafood, and more Seafood! The dining rooms are very intimate and set a romantic mood. This will remain one of my favorite fine dining establishments for years to come.
The food here is outstanding. Not once have I had my fish cooked wrong; White fish are perfectly prepared and not overdone, the salmon is perfectly cooked.
The wait staff is friendly and attentive, wine list is HUGE.
This is a great venue for a date or special occasion.
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