Westsiders are blessed with a profusion of moderately-priced restaurant focussed more on the food then on the ambience, usually featuring locally-sourced ingredients, and unique and creative takes on standard dishes. Only 8 miles south of Santa Monica,, Fleming's might have been in almost any nameless upscale business park in the US featuring upscale but mass market food. The items featured are pretty much standard fare with a bit too much emphasis on deep frying and butter to my taste. That being said, the prime dry-aged rib eye was tender and flavorful, large enough to share. The booth was comfortable and the noise level not overpowering Service was solicitous and generally helpful. T.e free corkage and $50 coupon were definite pluses.
If you like standard food will prepared in a comfortable environment, Fleming's is your place, but you will be missing out on the revolution taking place in the many restaurants in the Westside only a few miles away.