The Bottom Line
- Extensive Wine List
- Great Steaks
- Open View to Grill
- Reservations Needed
- Not Especially Child Friendly
- SteakHouse Cuisine
- Upscale Dining
Guide Review - Flemings Steakhouse Review
First off it’s nearly impossible to get in without reservations. The good thing is that one can make them online at their website, but the bad news is that upon our arrival it took over 30 minutes to be sat at a table.
After looking at the menu, which by the way is a la carte, we decided on having the Petite Filet Mignon and Salmon Filet, along with Baked Potatoes and Caesar Salads as our side items.
Their wine list is very extensive and well-rounded which is a big plus for wine lovers, but our server had a very limited knowledge of wines, so if you’re a wine novice, you had better do some research before you go.
The ambience of Fleming’s is nice and intimate but closing off the kitchen from its dining area could enhance it immensely. Our entree’s arrived and I was overly impressed with the Petite Filet Mignon it was cooked to perfection and melted in my mouth. I was equally under-impressed with the Salmon and found to be over-cooked and on the dry side.