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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Palo Alto
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
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Saturday: 5:00 - 11:00pm, Sonoma Sunday Brunch & Dinner: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Lots of open parking
Cal Train is located one block away at University Ave.
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 - Palo Alto Ratings and Reviews
Great place been coming for years but the prices are way too high for what you get. Plenty of other nicer restaurants for that kind of money. Had dinner at Madera at Rosewood for the same price and that's a Michelin star restaurant. For the money I'll. E going there from now on
Celebrating with my family about a new job in the area and we were not disappointed! We were seated in Michael's section and he was amazing! His service was very attentive (but not annoying, an important distinction) and the food was all perfectly cooked. The crab cakes are great, but the dry age strip steak is even better! I would definitely recommend flemmings to anyone looking for a great steak dinner or to celebrate a special occasion.
Somehow we missed this establishment so far, and took the opportunity to celebrate a birthday. The total experience was great. The restaurant provides a great service, keeping a good distance from "posh". Prices were comparable to other top-notch steakhouses.
Quite noisy though - if you are looking for a quite place - that may not be your best choice.
The food was great, steaks made to perfection, and served at the right temperature.
No sommelier in the area, the waitress was left to recommended a pinot noir that proved to be a great choice. All in all very good experience - definitely recommended.
Got together with a group of friends to celebrate a birthday. There was a signed card at the table waiting for us! The birthday boy really enjoyed the attention, especially since it was not over the top.
Food was great and our server was on top of it!
Cant wait to celebrate another birthday here
Having been to Fleming's before we knew the restaurant and great service, but the food and service this time was way off even though the waiter was making an effort. Upon seating with two kids, needed to ask for kid's menus twice which should've automatically come as we were sat by the hostess (?). Drink order was late and minus one, and appetizer was forgotten and later served with dinner (w/ apologies and comp'd). The medium requested prime ribs were well passed done, and cheerfully replaced with a ribeye as the kitchen was out (which may explain the dry gray primes we got as the last of the lot). The mushrooms and brussels as a side were passable, but underdone nonetheless. Desserts were more than 20 minutes after their order (and cheerfully added with two more to comp the lateness). Coffee was strong/bitter and had to ask for a second pour that had to be brewed (this was noted as I seemed to need to approve the brewing?) It was an amazing variety of misses and apologies right down to the candle not lit on the table of 6 while all the others around us were. Even with two well behaved kids, it was 2.5hrs of time for not a lot of top notch expected experience. Maybe skip a Sunday night . . .
The food, service and ambience were all outstanding. We were there early so noise level was okay. Meals are on the expensive side but for a special occasion it is a good choice. The steaks and lamb chops were very good as would be expected but I had the shrimp and scallops this time and would definitely order that again. Would also recommend the spinach salad which is large enough for 2 or 3 diners.
First time at Fleming's (for our anniversary). Wonderful service with special treats for the anniversary. All the food was wonderful, especially the bread and spreads and the Fleming's potatoes. Pricey, but worth it for a special occasion.
My 1st time at Flemings for a friends birthday dinner. Glad we decided to go here. I've been to quite a few steakhouses but none of them match the service & food quality I got at Flemings. Ribeye was to die for. Lobster tempura was amazing. Special sides for the night (lobster Mac & cheese, Lobster mash were incredible as well). From the second I stepped through the door they took care of my friend and I. Manager's name was Kevin I believe? Didn't get the waiter's name. Nonetheless, I will be back. It's not so common to receive such incredible service. Thank You.
My wife and I ordered Prime rib cooked rare-plus, it came cooked medium. We did not complain because we didn't want to spoil our friends' experience. Also, disappointed that the Palo Alto location did not honor "special pricing".
I had not been to Fleming's since they built the new facility at Stanford. The main dining room was quite loud; we were seated in the adjacent area. The cocktails, food and service were outstanding, and I will return for other special-occasion meals.
second time we have been to this one. and our last ..Not so much the restaurant itself. just how the chain has changed.It used to be our favorite in La Jolla. They had great lighting, they served you the toppings for your baked potato in the silver holder, and did it for you. Now you get little plastic cups. It feels like a tiny up from Black Angus. Our bill was over 200.00 for two. there are other places to go where I don't have to look at basketball, be rushed, not have glarey light(someone really needs to fix their LEDS and put some sort of covering over the windows) and little fake candles on the table(my personal pet peeve).If I were to ever have to go here again I would ask for the back dining room..
My primary reason for marking them down was they were 45 min late with our reservation. They seated us in the outdoor area, which was ok, but left us a bit with the feeling we second class. They tried to make up with a couple of appetizers, which was appreciated, but frankly my mood was already ruined. Service was good once we were seated.
I like a good, high end steak house, and this certainly fits the bill. However, there are at least three other places I would recommend over Flemming's and they are all slightly less expensive. Flemming's has an impressive wine list, including a large by-the-glass selection. Bottom line...good, not great
We enjoyed the food a lot. Everything was pretty pricey but the portions were large, and the food was extremely well prepared. Everyone enjoyed their salads. I was impressed that my request for gluten-free options, conveyed through Open Table, was taken seriously - the restaurant provided me with a gluten-free menu when I arrived, without my asking. The only problem was that the service did not seem to live up to this standard. For example, my mother-in-law ordered the lobster tails with melted butter, and they never brought the melted butter until we had asked three times and the lobster was getting cold. That really marred it for her.
We went there for dinner on mother's day. Had a reservation and got the table right away. Our server was very friendly and provided excellent service. We ordered bone in Rib Eye, the steak was not as juicy as expected or as I have had at other high end steak house, but it wasn't that bad. Maybe I had higher expectations coming from Texas where there are some great steakhouses.
We booked this for Mother's Day brunch (three course prix fixe). Kind of weird venue for a brunch, but we just felt like a change. The portions were generous (too generous -- so much food) and the quality of the food and the service were superb. Good choices for vegetarians as well, so that was a really nice surprise. I also liked that it was pretty quiet. Even though it was very busy, we could easily have a conversation and actually hear each other. We might have to make this a Mother's Day tradition.
Friendly staff. Food was very good, we had the Filet Mignon Flatbread appetizer, Dry aged RibEye and Dry aged NY Strip - all very good and tasty. The onions rings where done just right and stacked high. The only blemish was the Crispy Brussel Sprouts, they were too sweet, BUT the waitress removed it off our bill when we told her later that is was a little too sweet for us. For dessert we had the Creme Brulee.
It was a birthday dinner and everyone including the manager came over and wished my guest a Happy Birthday. They took a picture of us and printed and put it in a frame AND gave him a little gift at the end. We decided to open it when we got home. WHat a surpise - inside were 4 good size chocolate truffles!
Date night with my husband. We were seated in the "annex", i.e. The function room to the right when entering. No candle on table, cold fraught, filthy iPad wine menu (didn't want to touch it), and a terrible waitress. She was slow, inattentive and clearly bored. I had no knife when my steak arrived, asked, nothing, so got up to hunt for a knife myself. At these prices, it wasn't the service I expected.
We arrived at 8pm and found a toddler was crying her heart out. Not what we look for when dining.
Starter: wedge. I've eaten better at Town.
Mains: filet mignon with over priced sides of Brussels ($13) and onion rings ($13). I've eaten better from Whole Foods.
It's a miss for us. Never again.
We had a very disappointing experience at Fleming's on Sunday. We canceled our brunch reservation at a different restaurant because Fleming's was open a bit earlier, which aligned better with our timing. First, we were not made aware, via the website or any other channel, that the regular weekly brunch menu was made completely unavailable for Easter. Instead, only a $50 pre fixe brunch option was made available that day. When we asked the server if we could order off of the a la carte brunch menu, we were told, "No." Some of the food, namely the lobster bisque and salads, was fine. However, two members of our party ordered the eggs benedict, which was served on room temperature, dense, dry English muffins, and with a Hollandaise sauce that was so poorly made that you could easily see the solids separating from the liquid/oil parts of the sauce. The sauce also didn't taste very good. My martini was poorly made and only came with one olive. There was no sign of vermouth or any other ingredient, and there were ice cubes floating around in it. It was basically a straight vodka on the rocks, with one olive. Desserts and sides were fine. Total bill was around $250 for 4 people. Would not return for brunch.
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