Wonderful Anniversary Dinner.
My wife and I had a wonderful experience here.
From the moment we walked in the door they knew it was our Anniversary from our reservation and were wishing us "Happy Anniversary".
Service was very friendly and allowed us to take our time with our meal, didn't make us feel like we were taking up a table. Helped us sample wine, made recommendations on meals.
My wife ordered the Peppercorn Steak, I ordered the Bone-In Prime Ribeye. Both were phenomenal.
At one point the Cocktail Waiter knocked over our bottle of wine on one of the empty chairs, luckily none of it got on either of us or my wife's purse. Then after that they were all hugely apologetic, opened a new bottle of wine for us so now we had two practically full bottles of wine.
We finished without any room for dessert and they sent us home with a comp. huge piece of chocolate cake along with the rest of our wine, and an Anniversary card signed by the staff, AND they Comped all our wine ($50 bucks for each bottle!).
It was truly the best restaurant experience we've ever had. Thank you fleming's for making our night memorable.
Disappointing Experience. I ordered the SEARED NEW BEDFORD SCALLOPS° meyer lemon-honey glaze, baby carrots, green beans, asparagus; however, what I received appeared to be blackened scallops with way too much salty, cajun seasoning. I should have -- and wish I had -- sent it back, but because of the time and the fact that I was dining with a group I did not. I'm wondering why this item was not served as described on the menu? The chocolate lava cake was too bitter. The cosmopolitan was mediocre. This was a disappointing experience for the price that was paid.
Worst Expericence Ever.
Terrible experience. Had reservation at 7pm last night, 4 people. Server (Amy) was extremely annoying asking same questions over and over and pouring wine in our glasses up to the top of the glass (who does that??)
Steaks took 1:30 hs to be served, after I complained to the manager. Finally, they were so salty we couldn't finished them. They noticed our frustration, brought complimentary dessert, and guess what? They included that on the check!!!! Wine was good, I guess they couldn't mess that up!! For 100 bucks/head, don't even think on wasting your money here!!!
Great Private Dining Room. We just recently had a social gathering in their private room and it was just perfect. The room had a elegant, contemporary feel. It felt so warm and welcoming. We will definitely do another event here. I can't wait to eat in the main dining room on a date.
Very good food and no complaints about service. Have been here twice now - once with a large group of friends (12 or so) and once on a date. Service was very professional and good in both visits. And the food was very good to excellent on both visits as well.
Up and Down/Love-Hate. Nothing worse than a restaurant that tantalizes you at times with great food and great service and then turns right around and hits rock bottom the next time you are there. That is Flemings in a nutshell. When the food and service is on (about 1/4 of the time) the place is memorable, when all has gone to hell and a handbasket (about 3/4 of the time) you want to demand a refund on the outrageous price you just paid for mediocrity. Not sure how many GM's they've gone through but they need to fire whoever is running the place now. A great restaurant is consistent, not just occasionally on the mark.
Prime beef, a comfortable atmosphere and an extensive, user-friendly wine list are the signatures of this upscale steakhouse..
With a decor of dark wood, leather upholstery and soft lighting, this clubby steakhouse has a warm, upscale feel. The menu's focus is prime beef (aged up to four weeks), from bone-in rib eye and filet mignon to New York strip drizzled with bearnaise sauce. Classic seafood offerings include lobster tails, steamed crab legs and wild Alaskan salmon; sides, served a la carte, include baked potato and chipotle mac and cheese.
The Best Steak I've ever tasted!.
I've been to all the high end steakhouses here in St. Louis and around the country, and, bar-none, the strip steak at Fleming's is the best cut of beef I've ever had. It had just the right amount of marbling and that velvety texture that a strip is supposed to have but so rarely does. Also try the Fleming's Potatoes-they're so much more than just au gratin-they've got a little jalepeno pepper in there that kicks it up without being overly spicy.
They've got an excellent wine list that is well organized and has something for everyone. Try the Pallazzo Proprietary Red. If you can't decide what you want ask for George--trust me, his recommendations have always been spot on.
The service is professional. They have that knack for knowing if its a romantic dinner or business client dinner and you want them to just do their job and stay out of the way. But on the flipside they are always friendly and fun.
Awesome steaks, great atmosphere, exceptional service. My Husband and I were at Fleming's last night for New Years Eve Dinner before we went to a party, and the dinner was absolutely terrific. I had Their Colossal Lobster Tail, I think the waitress said it was 18 ounces, and it came with a creamy lemon butter sauce that complimented it very well. While my husband had the Bone-in Ribeye. The steak was cooked to order. We also had generous side portions of their signature Fleming's potatoes and Creamed Spinach. Both were very very good. They also have a very extensive wine list which can be overwhelming at first, but our waitress was very helpful in helping us select. the perfect wines to compliment our meals. We then finished our meal with the Lava Cake. Oh my god...you have to get the Lava cake...the best dessert I've ever had. Needless to say we will be back and we will tell all our friends.
Flemings Restaurant St. Louis MO.
Dec 21 I had a terrible fillet! How can one be cooked "med" with not a trace of moisture left in the meat. Dry and not at all tasty. I think the chef needs a few lessons about the Flemings way of cooking and resting the meat... The snow peas were soggy pieces of overcooked vegetable.
The restaurant itself is noisy as can be...
On the plus side we were seated as soon as we arrived.
I have been to Flemings in San Diego and it is a fabulous restaurant with perfection everywhere...don't know how this location failed so miserably.
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