About Fleming's Steakhouse - Austin The Domain
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients
with the finest USDA Prime beef. Every dish is meticulously made from scratch and served by our
attentive staff. You’ll also discover the perfect wine for every mood with the Fleming’s 100®, our
award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. Our wine list features top-rated vineyards from
around the world. We also offer Private Dining Rooms and a personal Private Dining Director who
will craft the perfect occasion for any group size or budget. At Fleming’s, every visit is filled with
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sonoma Sunday Brunch & Dinner: 11:00am - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet available as well as covered garage.
City bus transit stops within walking distance
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Private Dining has never been so personal. Our Private Dining Directors coordinate with you to create a one-of-a-kind experience, customized to your group size.
Fleming's Steakhouse - Austin The Domain Ratings and Reviews
We eat at Flemmings often, but not enoug ...
We eat at Flemmings often, but not enough for Sunday Brunch. I really enjoyed the Hash, as well as the side of Bacon. Haven't a clue how they make their damn Bacon so good, but its amazing. A perfect blend of sweet and hot. The Hash was great as well. Previously, I have enjoyed the Filet-Eggs Benedict. Its always pretty amazing, but I decided to branch out a bit. The wait staff is always amazing, and the Bar service sets the Bar, in Austin. It doesn't get any better than this.
Service and atmosphere were good as alwa ...
Service and atmosphere were good as always. Hadn't been for the Prime Rib before and it was disappointing. Sauces were bland and steak was missing salt and pepper. It was cooked to the right temp. What stands out is how fantastic their steaks always have been. We will definitely go back. I won't get the Prime Rib again. Could use some more blue cheese on the wedge also.
Fleming's Steakhouse continues to be a t ...
Fleming's Steakhouse continues to be a top 10 favorite for my wife and I. We enjoy the steaks, the sides, and the great wine list, but the Sunday prime rib deal is a favorite! The staff is always wonderful and I love the attention of a good manager - taking time to ensure that our visit is great and to cover his team in praise. Keep up the great work.
The experience would have been better if my medium rare steak was cooked to medium rare. it was overcooked and we had to ask the manager to cook another. He agreed it was not cooked properly. the first steak did not appear to be the same quality as the second. the second steak was cooked very well and was extremely tender.
Good food, terrible drinks
The food at Fleming's is pretty good. It's not Uchi-level oh my God good, but it's good food.
The real disappointment were the drinks. I ordered an Old Fashioned that cost $13 that was nothing but water. It was so bad I sent it back and asked them to remake it, and it came back only slightly less watery.
My girlfriend ordered a martini, which cost $18... Let that sink in for a minute. $18 for a martini. That's NYC prices... So it must be pretty good right? Well, on one hand it's served in a small glass pitcher, so you do get a lot of drink for your $18. However: Nothing was chilled. They literally poured the warm ingredients into the pitcher with a two large ice cubes, stirred them for a few seconds, and then poured this warm concoction into an un-chilled martini glass.
I would really expect that for the prices Fleming is charging for their drinks, they should know how to make a decent Old Fashioned or Martini. These are basic drinks.
They were working on all cylinders when we visited the other night. We had visited before, but this was the best experience to date. The steaks were excellent, especially the Wagyu--nicely crisped on the outside with a tender red center. The sides, macaroni and cheese and sautéed mushrooms, were prepared as expected. Service was timed well with the courses and the noise level was under control. We would return again.
Went here for dinner with my parents to ...
Went here for dinner with my parents to celebrate my 25th birthday. Our waiter was absolutely fantastic. Actually, every staff member we had contact with was just superb. I wish I could remember our waiter's name! When you come here, you're treated like royalty. I'm definitely willing to splurge in the future just to have another amazing experience!
Service was polite, friendly, and attent ...
Service was polite, friendly, and attentive. Steak was cooked as ordered and well seasoned. Chilean sea bass was cooked perfectly as well. Mac and cheese was creamy. Highly recommend ordering the lava cake for dessert.
One of our "GO TO" fine dining in Austin area
Since we are over 50 we still appreciate dressing up and having high food and service expectations at upper end restaurants. Flemings tends to deliver on that expectation and experience every time. The are perhaps a few other places in the area of similar format we seek out, but they can vary in the quality or the crowdedness at times. Parking (valet) is a snap and I usually don't fear what my car will look like when it comes back as can be the case directly downtown. Our fear if these places are fast falling out of vogue and would expect sometime in the next few years that the economy and the "casual" (grew up at McDonald's) crowd will have their way.
I am amused that you refer to the noise level as vibrant when in fact it was extremely loud. Not a very successful date night. Trying to talk above the noise meant repeating what was said. Could hardly hear the waiter over the din and had to ask him to repeat. Very disappointing ....not a good experience.
In fact had the waiter not appeared when he did, we were about to leave.
OK Food, Not Worth the Price
I had a marginal experience at Flemings once before but decided to give it another shot. The service is good - no complaint there. The food is just OK - but certainly not at the prices. We ordered steak and it wasn't bad, cooked well, but not much flavor. Side dish of potatoes was also "average." I had cheesecake for dessert and it just wasn't good. I think it had been frozen and thawed - it still had ice crystals in it.
The problem is they charge like a top steakhouse - and it's just not a great restaurant. Bill for 2 with gratuity was over $200 and I don't drink. I kicked myself for not going to Eddie Vs.
Good steaks, great service!
The burrata appetizer was delicious and enough for 2 to share! The 6 oz filet mignon was cooked perfectly and the mushrooms were good. Enjoyed the lava cake for dessert! Everything was very good but not unique. Service is always very good!
This wasn't your typical Easter Brunch. We enjoyed the menu items rather than walking up to a buffet. The features were from the very sweet (delicious french toast) to the meaty (eggs Benedict with filet Mignon.) If you didn't want to order from the brunch menu, Fleming's was willing to let you order off their main menu. My husband was thrilled! We will definitely go back for dinner and maybe lunch and maybe another brunch !
Always Tip Top
We took advantage of the Filet and Lobster special at $ 45. The amuse was very tasty. The Flemings' Wedge is always spectacular. The Lobster was certainly not 8 oz but perfection. The Steaks are beyond good and perfectly cooked. Lean but still jucy. Our waiter "Simon" was attentive without hovering. The starting Tito's Martini was as good as I can make.
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