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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Richmond
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.
Richmond, VA 23235
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking in mall lot adjacent to the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, 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 - Richmond Ratings and Reviews
We were a party of 6 on a Monday night to celebrate a birthday. The restaurant was not very crowded, and our table was ready. We waited a long time before anyone approached to take our drink orders. We didn't mind too much as we were talking and looking over the menu. We had been looking forward to this evening for sometime. We finally ordered our drinks and appetizers. Again, another long wait. When the waiter returned, we ordered our entrees. Another long wait. Our second glasses of wine took forever. We had been sitting in the restaurant for TWO HOURS before we were served dinner. The waiter said he didn't charge us for the espressos because they took too long. EVERYTHING took too long. The manager never stopped by our table to apologize, even though it was clear he was there. Mind you, we were not in a rush, but the wait was painfully excessive. The food was mostly enjoyable, but the steaks were ordered medium and were served too rare. We spent over $500 on this dinner. At that price, we expect so much more. We will not be returning. It was such a disappointment.
Everyone in our party felt the food was unusually "off" this visit. It just wasn't as good as usual. And the kitchen forgot to make our potatoes, so they didn't come out with our entrees (they came out when we were about finished the meal). Usually we all love it here, and feel the food and service make it worth the cost. But on this particular evening, it was kind of disappointing.
The parmesan bread and cheese is delicious. The salads are generous, fresh and tasty. The side dishes are definitely large enough for 2-3 portions. The steaks are delicious. The creme brule was excellent, but the chocolate lava cake was only ok. The service was good, but a little slow. We were there for 2.5 hours for a dinner for 2.
The service was immaculate. From beginning to end everything was appropriately catered to. Visited for my dad's birthday, and the server really made him feel special. Photos were taken and she even printed them out in frames. Nice touch. The steak is worth the rave reviews. I would suggest the bone-in 20oz ribeye.
Currently Flemings at Stony Point is experiencing a subpar kitchen staff. We waited for over an hour for our meal on a Sunday morning - Mother's Day. Having arrived at 10:45 am, it was nearly 12 before we received the main course. The other tables around us were in the same boat. My seat faced the kitchen which is open concept so I could see wait staff hanging around waiting for ANY order to come up. There was a very long period of inactivity in that area. Very sad. For the price, this isn't the type of service to be expected. The restaurant was not even half full at this time of day so there wasn't any real excuse. Once the meals arrived, only one out of the four was served hot, the rest were room temperature. Does that make any sense?
The manager came over but seemed oblivious and semi-apologetic.
I frequented this restaurant several times a year in the past, but am seriously doubting a return any time soon. The superior service we experienced by the wait staff and hostesses were representative of the Fleming's I know, but Fleming's should seriously consider cleaning house in the kitchen at Stony Point.
Initial service was mediocre at best -- took almost 15 minutes to get first drink after arriving & drink order was taken. We were seated next to the kitchen and the noise level was not "energetic" as is referred to above, but instead it was too loud -- so loud that the 6 of us had to scream at each other to have dinner conversation.
We had seen that Flemings was having an Easter Brunch and were able to get a time that worked for our family. We were unaware of the prix-fixe THREE COURSE nature of the brunch, something you see typically with dinner, not brunch. At $45 per person, there was too much food, too expensive and took WAY TOO LONG. Our reservation was for 12:15 for five people, and at 1:25, we still did not have our food. And, in today's nutritional environment, who eats FIVE EGG omelets????? The steak and eggs came scrambled with the same vegetables that were served Family style, along with fried potatoes. Four of the five guests ordered that, and one finished it, complaining about all the "stuff" in it.
My eggs Benedict was served with scant Hollandaise, that I immediately asked for more. I had asked that the eggs be cooked hard, not runny...?? There was more egg yolk than Hollandaise! The real issue: the biscuit it was served on was NOT sliceable, even with a steak knife. I had to dismantle the dish and ask my husband to slice the bread. He struggled as well. Our waiter did his best, but the kitchen was ridiculously slow for scrambled eggs and two poached eggs! The bill: $307 + an unusually low 15% tip. It came to $70 a person for eggs and sliced, fatty filet. We won't be returning and have warned friends and family to avoid it. What a shame!
Really great steaks and unique dipping sauces. The sides were as good as any high end steak house. I had the ribeye and my wife had the bone in filet. Both were excellent. Maybe better than Ruth's chris but with a more laid back atmosphere while still maintaining the high end feel that we like. Usually the bill ends up north of $200 but it's worth it.
We hjave been to tis high end restaurant several times before. We got what we expected--Good food, good service, and a very high bill. We had $100 worth of gift cards, but we topped that easily. Two people, 2 drinks, 1 shared Caesar, 1 filet mignon, 1 ribeye (they were out of New York strip), 1 shared Brussels sprouts, 2 coffees, and 1 shared carrot cake.
Steak was excellent and the carrot cake also was a highlighht.
The entire staff wished us a happy anniversary --- very nice.
Fleming's was quite busy when we were there, but they were staffed to handle everyone. We were seated straight away in a quite comfortable location adjacent to the large main dining area. Water, drinks, bread, and ordering were accomplished promptly without rushing. We both had the daily dinner special of scallops & beef - superb! Our server, Ms. James, knew exactly how to describe the degree of "done-ness" the meat would be, and she was exactly on target. Finishing withe the cheesecake special topped everything off perfectly.
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