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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Indianapolis
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 indulgent possibilities.
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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 - Indianapolis Ratings and Reviews
My wife's filet was perfect and delicious. I had entree envy as my sea bass was bland, not hot enough and disappointing. Not bad enough to send back. Asparagus was a little under cooked, lukewarm and had unexpected red peppers in them (yuck). Service was almost over attentive, but well-meant. I'd go back, but will stick with steak at a steakhouse from now on.
This place is great. The food was delicious. They had a tax burger day. The best burger I ever had. We ate in the bar where service is generally not the best. The service was fantastic!
Highest marks for the 86th St location.
It was a bday celebration as well. They gave me a nice box of chocolates.
Also had wine with the burger. Just excellent all around.
Fleming's was a lovely place to enjoy Easter brunch. The service was excellent and we were provided a table as requested as opposed to a booth. The Easter menu was ample, but would probably order from the main menu next time as it was a bit pricey for the options. We willl be returning to Fleming's again.
The special was a dry aged bone in ribeye with blue cheese crust for $49 (I think- maybe $59). I LOVE blue cheese but this was overpowering. Steak was very tough. However in fairness- they offered to give me a new one so I don't hold it against them. By then I had enough of the blue cheese.
Waiter was very attentive and friendly without being intrusive.
Can't say enough about how amazing the dessert was!
Atmosphere is very nice.
Wine list is extensive and the waiter was very helpful with suggestions.
My wife and I visited your restaurant on Saturday, March,25 2017 at 7:00 PM. Very nice decor, however it was very loud, as we were seated right next to the kitchen. I ordered the Main Filet and Brussel Sprouts, my wife ordered the Fleming's Lobster Tempura with Creamed Spinach. We split a Shrimp Cocktail, that was very good, and each had a cocktail. Our service was excellent. Always there when needed but not hovering.
My steak was very tender, but was not hot, served warm at best. The vegetables were not hot as well. The Parmesan Cheese on top of the Spinach was not melted at all.
My wife was disappointed with the Lobster Tempura. Too much greasy breading compared to the amount of lobster actually available to eat. She stated that she will NEVER order that again. Way too greasy.
Fleming's has nice steaks, but personally think $48 for a 12oz piece of filet mignon that doesn't even come with so much as mashed potatoes or vegetables is just way overpriced. And the sides are ridiculous as well. $12 for a baked potato? Really? It's definitely a place for people who don't care about money. I could take my family to Outback Steakhouse and get dinner for my family if 4 three times for what it cost for one dinner for two at Fleming's. I didn't think the filets were that amazing compared to other places. I'm certainly not a connoisseur of meats, but I'm guessing the average person couldn't tell the difference in a blind taste test. The staff was very pleasant and attentive.
The sign of a great business is when things go wrong but they keep smiling and make it right. Any business can look good as long as things are going well but it's how they react to the inevitable of something not going right for a customer. Flemmings and it's great staff proved to me that they are the type of business I want to patronize because they stand when something goes wrong to make it right.
A couple of weeks ago my wife and I went to Flemmings and did not have an overall good experience. Let me say that I am not one to complain and I didn't mention it at the restaurant as everything from the service to the food was well below par for what a restaurant of this type should deliver. The management at Flemmings care enough that they responded to my honest feedback and asked for the chance to prove that what we experienced was anomoly. This past Saturday night at the peak time of 7pm we found out what Flemmings is all about, quality food and service ! Everything and I do mean everything went exactly as you would expect from a restaurant of this type. My wife's salmon was perfect, my NY strip cooked to perfection and delivered hot as well as every other part of our meal. We never once wanted for beverages or bread. A wonderful experience all the way around. Many thanks to Hunter, Curtis , Steve and the entire staff. We will be back sooner than later and I would encourage anyone to do the same.
Thanks for a great evening,
My husband and I were celebrating both of our birthdays, they are 4 days apart. They made us feel special. They wait staff was attentive but not pretentious.
We are foodies....the steaks were excellent, better than many of the other famous steak places in Indy, and the sides were delicious.
Good food, I would not say exceptional but very good. Wedge with Blue Cheese and think Alice of bacon was better than the steak. Have to say the baked potato was abit old and dry. Skin hard parted from the potato, sitting in oven or steam table too long. Service always exceptional. Would go back.
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful, romantic date night. We shared a wedge salad, bone in filet - rare- mushroom side and asparagus. It was cooked to perfection and just the right amount. We were treated with attentive service and certainly will come again!
I wanted to be so mich better. The atmosphere was great and it ended there. My wife's filet was ok but nothing to rave about. My NY Strip was thin and almost well done , I had asked for medium. The baked potato could hardly melt butter it was so cold ! We had to almost beg for bread and our server Andrew was nice but not very attentive ! I have had better service at Applebees !
We had to ask twice each time we wanted a glass of wine.
Sorry but a total waste !
I love Fleming's one of my favorite restaurants. This particular evening was good but had some issues. Some how our 2 french onion soups got shanghaied but was quickly remedied when our waitress realized the problem. When our meals arrived my wife's baked potato arrives cold but was quickly remedied with a warmer but not a hot potato. These two instances were the first time for such an experience at the Indianapolis location.
We have been to the majority of steakhouses downtown and north Indy. Fleming's does not disappoint. My wife and I both order the 12 oz. main filet. Hers was cooked to perfection. Mine was a little overcooked for medium but the taste was very good. If you are a pepper fan then get the steak accompanied with the "black and white peppercorn" but I would recommend it without the sauce it comes with...it is a bit tangy and takes away from the pepper. I normally do not do a rub on my steak and prefer the char taste of it naturally so it was a risk but paid off. We also got the parsley mashed potatoes and mushrooms as sides. I am not a huge mushroom fan but they were very tasty. It seems that all mashed potatoes are very similar at steakhouses so they were right on par but did not blow us away.
The food was good, but definitely not the best steak I've ever had. It was a good value during the Devour Indy event where they had a prix fixe menu. The dessert was definitely a disappointment. We had a good booth table, but it felt like other tables were very close together and did not offer much ambiance or privacy.
It was very good for Devour Indy dinner and price. The filet mignon was perfect. The bread was HARD. When waiter asked how things were I told him the bread was extremely hard. He didn't even respond. He was at the table a lot, but was more annoying than helpful. It seems like he was there every five minutes and made us feel rushed. The baked potato was no way worth $10.50. It was warm at best. The butter didn't even melt.
Food was delicious. We went especially because it was Devour Indianapolis that had a special menu but we were not given that menu. We had to request it. If we had not known about the promotion we would have missed out on a great deal. Server and manager were very attentive.
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