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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Knoxville
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
Knoxville, TN 37934
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Turnkey Cove Lane
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Self parking & handicap parking also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, 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 - Knoxville Ratings and Reviews
Our dinners at Fleming's have been consistently excellent. The "small plates" are delightful; our lamb chops and shellfish were delicious and quite well presented. Service was outstanding, and the manager came by on several occasions to check that we were happy with the experience. We live over 50 miles from Fleming's but gladly make the trip to Knoxville at least once a month to enjoy the food and the personal.
First time at Flemings for a brunch. They knocked it out of the park! Fillet and eggs was phenomenal!! Eggs Benedict with choice of crab cake, fillet or both was amazing. Great mimosas and Bloody Mary's. The Chantilly cream and berries was a great ending to a perfect brunch.
We have been to this location several times and have enjoyed our meals very much. This is the 1st time that we took another couple with us. The food was ok to good. The seared steaks were too seared ... almost burned tasting. And, the sides were warm, but not hot. In the past, our meals have been excellent. For as much as we pay at Flemings, I would expect exceptional, perfectly cooked food every time. We could have gotten a very similar meal for 1/2 of the cost at another restaurant.
If I could "Title" my OpenTable reviews, such as lengthy movie or book titles similar to "Around The World In 80 Days", "Much Ado About Nothing", or "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade", then I would title my review of Fleming's Knoxville Tennessee April 13th, 2017 as, "Poor Management Skills But Able To Avoid Culinary Catastrophe Simply By Asking For Criticism About 'Everything'".
All food ordered should have been removed from my bill. A restaurant such as Fleming's has no excuse to present such deplorable disgusting food. If any dish is served undercooked, incorrectly prepared, incorrectly prepped, or diverted from the delineation of the wording and description on a menu, then the management (manager on duty) should comp the whole bill, because there is no excuse for a well made salad but a disgusting main course, and that responsibility falls on the kitchen manager or executive chef and the restaurant manager, but actually, speaks more of the irresponsibility stemming from the Knoxville Tennessee Fleming's Proprietor(s).
*Lobster Tempura (no tempura resemblance. more similar to undercooked soggy beer battered fried shellfish).
*Ahi Tuna (make sure you say (ask) the first time that you prefer no butane or propane liquified and splashed on the fish).
*Tenderloin Carpaccio (avoid stale overcooked cheese toast, and opt for delicate simple plain mild toast points with Crème Fraîche).
*Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail (keep fresh shrimp instead of thawing freezer burned shrimp).
~Best of Luck making improvements and digesting constructive criticism.
We always enjoy Fleming's and the lobster/filet combo is an excellent special. First time we ever encountered a problem at Fleming's as the filets were overcooke. The management and the entire operation handled it beautifully. It's a 60 mile drive to Flemings, but we try to dine there whenever we are in Knoxville.
The steak ( bone in ribeye )was very thin for the price we paid and only lukewarm . The wedge salad had a slab of grilled fat on the side which the waiter told us was bacon but absolutely no meat could be seen in it! The wedge at Outback is much better. Nothing was outstanding for the price we paid. We definitely will go to Ruth Chris next time!
I wanted to treat my husband to a really nice place, so went there. My bill was approx. $300 for two, but I didn't mind...expected it. We both ordered the lobster bisque soup as an appetizer, and we thought it tasted strange, but went ahead and ate it. It was this past Friday evening, and we both had terrible stomach problems for two days afterward...and I mean "terrible." For that price and the awful results, we'll never eat there again.
Meal was decent. They gave a new option to cook steaks in broiler or seared with a crust. I love mine seared so I asked for that. Either the crust made it tough or the piece of meat was not good. CAB Ribeye is my favorite but it missed this time. Still a decent meal but the steak wasn't on point.
My wife and I had been very busy for months and we decided we needed a nice break to just sit, eat, talk, and have a good drink. It was calming and the food was awesome!! the lighting was a little dark, but we overcame and had a wonderful time together. Our server, Justin was on top of everything, knew the menu and drinks to offer and explain. We could not of had a more pleasant dinner with amazing food. It was worth the time and money spent and we will definitely come back, maybe for happy hour and light foods.
Also, the greeting staff were very friendly and pleasant
I reviewed this restaurant back in March 2014. My opinion really hasn't changed at all. We dined on Valentine's Day. We had a 7:30 PM reservation and were promptly seated at 7:35 (in a booth that I had requested via OpenTable). All of the hostesses were wonderful and greeted us on our arrival and extended Valentine's Day wishes. Our server was great. He really knew what he was doing and took care of us in a very professional and elegant way. He poured our water and gave us time to look at the wine list. After choosing, he delivered it very promptly. The wine list here is awesome, but somewhat overpriced. We ordered from the Prix Fixe menu. The appetizer of a large shrimp and scallop was delicious. Our salads were delicious. However, here is where I was disappointed again. The 8-oz filet was not that tender and was rather bland in taste. Adding salt and pepper helped. For a PRIME steakhouse, the steak should have been able to be cut with a fork. A couple of bites took some extended chewing to break down. Also, the steak was just lukewarm... not hot at all. And by the time we were finishing up, it was COLD. Again, if you want to be a PRIME steakhouse, serve your steak just out of the broiler on a super-heated plate (like your PRIME competitor on the downtown river does). That way, it stays warm to the end. My wife's salmon and my lobster were delicious as was the hot bread. One more complaint... it was Valentine's night, yet the piped music was a mixture of "radio hits". This type of establishment needs soft, smooth, relaxing jazz playing to match its low-light, romantic ambiance. Will we go back? Maybe... but it will probably be another 3 years. Other than that, we enjoyed our night at Flemings. It just should be better for the price you pay.
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