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About Permanently Closed - Fleming's Steakhouse - Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
This restaurant is permanently closed. 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; Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
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.
Private Party Contact:
Private Dining Director: (888) 702-2632
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Fleming's Steakhouse - Beverly Hills - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
All the food, including the meat, was very mediocre, especially for the high prices. We would have far preferred to have spent even a bit more somewhere else (Mastro's?), and had really good steaks/food. Even what they consider to be a "special" salad was literally much more like cafeteria food.
VERY DISAPPOINTED AND FELT RIPPED OFF!!!
Second time visiting this location, we dont really come to Beverly Hill area often at all, but this is the second time, our table along with the customer next to us are dark, and the other couple was using phone flash light to read theel menu, waitress wasnt too enthusiatic, perhaps we request to spliting out 20oz and onion soup?
Wine menu was confusing to us, at first we thought it was a half/full/bottle differnece, so waitress may thought we were gonna split the wine, when i try to order 2 halves glasses, dessert menu are the same
Onlu notable that sort of save the night was the greeting from the manager (i assume he is the manager, since he was wearing a suit) check on us and ask us how we are doing, well manner and sincere, food is good as always, but this is not good enough to bring us back to this location, as we may choose closer steak house like Houston, Mastero , Ruth Chris etc
I really like the sides and how they are set up for sharing. That way you can have several and not feel too full after the meal. The staff is very attentive and I find that you never have to look around for your server. Christian was our waiter and he was very polite and attentive. Love the food.
Prime rib dinner special is a very good value, but the prime rib beef is only good, not up to the level of a really fine prime rib restaurant. Not sure that I would recommend it other than to say that the special with salad, side and dessert is an excellent value as a whole.
$29.95 limited-time prime rib special is one of the best prix fix meal deals anywhere. They should offer plain black Iced Tea as a menu item, although waiter did a good job of making and refilling a fresh brew of it. For some reason, at two out of my last three visits, the salad course took so long to receive and check to so long to pick up and neither night was busy at all. Join Dine Rewards.
To be completely honest, I've never been a big fan of Flemings. I've been to the one in DTLA a few times and I was not impressed so I stopped going for a while. My gf insisted that I try it one more time and we ended up at the one in Beverly Hills and now I know and understand why people go to Flemings. We had their Filet & Ribeye and I was blown away. The service (Rocco) was amazing and the store manager (Maria) came by to check in on us which put a nice touch to the whole experience. Everything came out very quickly and perfectly cooked! I look forward to dining here again! (It's hard to find a nice steakhouse you're happy with these days.)
I can't really remember why I didn't like it before but it doesn't really matter much now. I had a great time there and I will definitely be back again! Thank you Rocco & Maria!
My steak was delicious and perfectly cooked. Carrot cake was decadent. The only downside was the salad, which was mediocre at best. I was surprised at such a poorly made and low quality salad in such a nice place, but ultimately I chose Flemings for a good steak and they certainly came through.
We have been to this Flemings many times, and always enjoy our meal. Everything was great this time too, although we wish they'd bring back the cajun shrimp appetizer. It always seems a hassle to get it now, and more costly now that its an accompaniment only.
My Mai Tai was under par this time, but that was the only thing.
My friend and I went to dinner at Fleming's BH last night and decided to try the restaurant week menu. The food was tasty and quantity of food was certainly a great deal for $39! Food was predictable and I'm not sure I'd call this the best steakhouse in LA, but my filet mignon was cooked and seasoned well and I certainly enjoyed it!
Unfortunately, the service left a bitter taste in our mouths and made the whole experience sub-par. The staff was seemed friendly enough in their interactions with us, but it felt like they were rushing us through our meal to the point where it was verging on rude! They asked if they could clear our plates after each course as soon as we set down our forks - we still had at least half of both the side dishes left and they asked if we were done 2 times in the space of 5 minutes! We finally just let them clear the plates so we would stop being hassled even though we were still kind of working on them. When they dropped the bill, our waitress checked if we had given the CCs about three times in 15 minutes! At first I thought perhaps they had another party that needed our table, but the dining room started clearing out and I could see there were clearly other tables available if needed and it didn't look like many new parties were coming in anyway. Our reservation was at 6:45pm on a Sunday - we were on time and they were already rushing us to finish our main course by 8:05pm! And the dining room looked almost empty at that time so I don't understand what the rush was. I'm not sure if all the staff is trained this way or if perhaps we happened to get some that were over-eager to leave early or something... in any case, their attitude did not encourage us to linger, order another drink and/or coffee... and it definitely did not make us want to choose Fleming's for dinner again! I'd much rather pay more and feel like I can enjoy my steak with being persistently urged out the door as soon as I order!
This was my first time at Flemings in Beverly Hills and all I can say is the food was not good...The steak had no taste. I was so dissapointed cause I expected the taste to be extraordinary cause it was a fancy and expensive steak house. I Will not Go back to this Flemings.. waste OF money!!!
We all felt ignored at times and rushed at others. They took our forks to clear the table and then served the main course and I had to ask the manager for forks do that we could eat because the service staff vanished. Then they served an ice cream dish and no spoons. The check delivered with the dessert so that we would leave and we don't dawdle.
The cost was on the high side which I expected but to have a list of single malt scotches and no cost on the menu leads to a $20+ drink as a bit of a surprise.
Overall could have been a bit better for sure.
Flemings has Prime Rib special Sunday nights and occasionally has same dinner on special not to be missed.
$44.95 regular and 34.95 when they run special
Outstanding value, salad, side, prime rib and dessert
Otherwise as steak house same expensive as all steak houses, others have better ambience
Food is consistently good and I think their steak preparation is perhaps better than most. Service this time was fairly lacking. Admittedly, it was a Saturday night in the holiday season, but we ended up more than once pouring our own wine, asking for water, etc. So, not a really a great evening. Also hated being pushed with a "frequent diner card" that emphasized the corporate nature of the restaurant and their sister restaurant....Outback Steakhouse. Whoever dreamed up making the most of that connection sorely missed the point.
Came for a no-turkey Thanksgiving dinner. The service was impeccable; from the friendly greeting by the Hosts to our server Kim who was attentive and helpful. The kitchen made a substitution on one of the small plates to accommodate one of us with a limited diet. The only quibble was that two of the steaks were a little under-done; my medium rare filet came out rare and Mom's medium well came out medium rare. The kitchen remade Mom's dinner and she was satisfied. I kept the rare filet and was glad; it was flavorful and delicious. Next time, though, we'll skip the cheesecake for dessert; it was okay but perhaps not worth the calories.
The waiter recognized my girlfriend and I being on a romanatic date and gave us enough space with the provided fantastic service. No interruption of our conversation and we were really able to enjoy each others company along side the food and elegant setting which ended our night flawlessly
Went to Fleming's to celebrate my birthday. Was warmly greeted and great table reserved as I requested. Maria who is Operations Manager brought Champagne to us very nice!
Jake was our server and he provided excellent service, we had drinks before our meal and
I ordered the aged NY strip, it was very good and we shared Fleming's potatoes, also tasty.
My friend ordered small plate with Filet. For starters we split the Caesar salad and it was great! All in all wonderful meal and also received gift card and chocolate truffles as gift-very nice. Would recommend this restaurant highly, especially for special occasions.
Very good service and excellent steak. The only thing we were not crazy about was the macaroni and cheese. Came cold in the center. As well, taste was not that special.
I also did not care for the desserts. It was OK, but not great. I would go somewhere else for the desserts.
Drinks, service and everything else was great.
The food -steaks- were really good. Probably some of the best in LA. I wished there were a few more healthy side options. Sautéed spinach in addition to creamed spinach. Overall, the main detractor is the ambience, the crowd. We had no alcohol, no dessert and no coffee, yet our bill for two was over $200. I think for that the crowd should be a bit more upscale. Moreover, the advertisements in the inside of the menu made it seem like an Appelbys when we first sat down. Don't take what works at the outback to upsell the customer and apply it to Fleming's.
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