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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Radnor
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
Radnor, PA 19087
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sonoma Sunday Brunch & Dinner: 11:00am - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet or self parking
Septa R5- Radnor- 100 Trolley
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 - Radnor Ratings and Reviews
I've dined here many times. It's always reliable, with service that's friendly and competent and a host/hostess who makes the rounds checking to see that everyone is having a good experience. I had the Caesar Salad, which had been "re-imagined" or something like that. It was fine, but it is not a Caesar Salad.... think that they should call it something else. Frankly, I'd rather have a traditional Caesar. Anyway, the prime rib was terrific as was the mashed potato side. My guest had scallops and shrimp. Very nice, but at $44, well, darned pricy! Dessert was a well-executed creme brûlée with a scant few berries on top... this is a dessert that one can make at home for about 75 cents. ANYWAY, you're never going to fine a Steak House with prices that are based on reality! And Flemings was no exception. We had a lovely evening, fine food, comfortable booth and will return.
Two managers came over to check on us to be sure we were all taken care of during the course of the night. Our waitress Ginger was excellent The meal came out fast and the presentation was nice and we really couldn't ask for anything more. We love Flemings....Never disappoints....always a positive experience and a great meal. Highly recommend
Our waiter missed the mark repeatedly, in small but noticeable ways. This is to me a premium priced restaurant, for which I expect impeccable service. Not knowing who ordered which steak, forgetting sides and/or sauces. Delays in getting drink orders to the table are unacceptable
Service was awful. Waited 15 minutes for another cocktail and had to get a manager to get one. Sat for at least 10 minutes with dirty dishes from our appetizers in front of us. Medium steak was brought out well done. Manager again apologized and came out with another steak quickly. Overall, meal was ok and service was awful. Would not recommend.
We took our son to Flemings to celebrate his 25 th Birhday. It was his choice of a location. Our waiter was very attentive and those who had steaks at our table, including my son, enjoyed them very much. My salmon was good, but for the high price tag, was unremarkable, and there's something odd about paying $44 for a piece of salmon there's not even a garnish on the plate. The sides we ordered were good, but small. Wonderful celebration for our son's birthday, with a ridiculously steep price tag.
Well, it was an epic fail from start to finish! We have been here quite a few times and have seen this particular Flemings go downhill. Tonight was the last straw. From bad... rancid... oysters, to sirloin that came almost cold, tasteless and not cooked to our ordered temp., we left hungry, aggravated and determined to never set foot in there again! In their defense, they consented to our request to not charge us for anything other than the bottle of wine. But we had to ask. It wasn't offered even though they were aware of the numerous issues. Our meals were obviously uneaten. My suggestion, if you are considering this for a special night or just an evening out, save your hard earned money and spend it elsewhere. Not worth the aggravation and sub or food.
It is always great to go back to a place where you truly enjoyed the atmosphere, food and wine and are pleased all over again; especially when this time you bought friends with you.
We now definitely have favorite sides or appetizers in calamari, onion rings and mushrooms.
None of the above...I order quality meat from Allen Brothers and Lobels and this was not my experience with prime..Bearnaise sauce tasted bottled and not on point with how bearnaise should taste.. two of the three steaks ordered were not cooked to the degree of rareness we had anticipated at this price $59 for a steak with no accompaniments I think there's no excuse for this kind of mistakes in the kitchen also we were in a side room that was somewhat ignored and had to look around for water and extra bread I have to say that the desserts were good but I don't come to Fleming steak house for dessert for the price I think you can do better elsewhere
This is a preferred steak house for my husband and we ate on Father's Day. The restaurant was jammed and tables are so close together you are up against the person behind you. Noise level deafening with open kitchen. They did not have the special menu item that was advertised in their email. I sent back a dirty wine glass and steak knife for replacement. The steaks and sides were quite good but the creme brulee was the worst I have ever eaten--overcooked rubbery room temperature custard with soggy sugar crust. I would have sent it back after one bite but the waitress was nowhere to be found, no wait staff in our section at all for long stretch. When she finally appeared it was to throw the check on the table while she sprinted away. Overall this is a good but expensive place for a quiet, empty weeknight or to eat cheaper food at the bar. Clearly kitchen and waitstaff can't manage a crowd.
I've been to this Flemmings no less than 10 times. This is the first time it was a miss. I ordered a glass of wine off the iPad tablet. I was told since it was not offered on the written menu by the glass they wouldn't honor it. The steak came out overcooked and the waitress agreed and took it back. However, she did say on more than one occasion that she was surprised the kitchen accepted it back without an issue. Just seemed like everything was a hassle. I hope this isn't a reflection of where this location is headed.
We had a wonderful experience on Saturday evening. My husband and I have dined there before for a very special occasion - our anniversary - but our friends had never been to this restaurant. They absolutely loved it - the drinks, wine, raw oysters, steak & chocolate lava cake for dessert! I think our friends will definitely be back.
Our service was wonderful also. I apologize by I can't remember our server's name but she was wonderful.
My business partner and I were here for a business related dinner. Overall the quality of the steaks were very good - great taste and cooked to perfection. The appetizers were solid (lettuce wedge and shrimp cocktail). On the negative, the side of asparagus was very underwhelming - small and expensive for what we received. The biggest disappointment of the evening was the per glass price of house wine. For a "big" pour we were charged $30 per glass which seems outrageous for a house wine. Service was OK but nothing special at all. The high price of the entrees was completed expected, the wine not so much. Fair or unfair, it did leave us with a negative feeling about the restaurant.
My boyfriend is a huge fan of the calamari and requested to dine here for his birthday solely for that purpose. Once again they're did not disappoint! I also had a very flavorful NY strip. Our waitress Nicole was phenomenal! She was friendly, personable, and provided overall outstanding service.
Excellent steakhouse close to Villanova University. Been there 4 or 5 times and the food is consistently very good to excellent. Occasional misses (bone-in filet, ribeye) offset by some great hits (mushroom ravioli, seared tuna, filet topped with crabmeat and bernais, prime aged New York strip sirloin). Food is 4 to 4.5 stars on average. My main critique relates to the borderline excessive markup on the food and wine. Wine is at least 3x and perhaps 4x retail for the most part. Steaks somewhat high priced already (mid $40s to mid $50s), with rubs and add-ons moving them into $50s to low $60's plus. Midtown NYC levels. Go in with eyes open and order the right steaks. I'll be back for sure.
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