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About Fleming's Steakhouse - St. Louis
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
St. Louis, MO 63131
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 & Ample Self Parking
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 - St. Louis Ratings and Reviews
We had a bad experience there, and their whole operation is to be a classy expensive place you can go, and know what to expect and have a wonderful experience. They failed this time. They were out of half of the steaks we ordered. The meal took foreverrrr, they left dirty plates in front of us and it was half an hour between courses. Not what I'd expect from an expensive place like Fleming's.
Seated on time. Great start. After we finished eating at 9:10 pm & they cleared the dishes, they didn't come back to our table until 10pm . Next half hour was slow service too. Not a Happy Birthday for my M-in-law. Food was still top notch. Service "f" this time. I honestly believe this was a rare situation and inconsistent with previous experience at this exact location. Guess everyone can have one bad day. We will go back (good food), but we'll be watching every service move they make.
My husband and I celebrated our 3rd anniversary and could not have had a better experience. We love Flemings for their excellent service and well prepared food selections!! Our server was well informed about the menu and their wine list is carefully selected to compliment their culinary selections.
Enjoyed everything but the noise level. Our waitstaff was attentive, charming and unobtrusive. No one in my party had any complaint about the food. The only annoying factor was the noise level--way too loud for a room that size. It wasn't as if there were loud diners around us; it's just a poor acoustic design.
We keep trying this place but it always seems to fall short for us. Some special item is always sold out. Everything is a la carte and very expensive. Really? $13 for a bowl of french onion soup? I must say my steak, this time was cooked perfectly but I still feel that this place is way too expensive.
My family and I went on a Sunday night for the Prime Rib dinner. Unfortunately, the quality of the food has gone down at Flemings. The prime rib was fatty and did not taste that good. Years ago the prime rib was something special. Not so anymore. The sides that came with the meal were also not cooked properly (the Flemings potatoes were not cooked all the way, the creamed spinach had hard, un-melted pieces of cheese in it). The waiter was nice, but seemed to disappear quite often. Something has changed for the worse at the Frontenac Flemings. I hope they get their mojo back.
We were seated within minutes of our arrival. The food was great. The wine was delicious. Our server was kind and efficient. The dinning room was beautiful but noisy. We couldn't hear each other very well at our table. Our entree was delayed getting to us for some reason and management treated us to desserts for our patience . A very special place.
Ignoring the prices for a moment, there is a lot to like about Fleming's. The food is a little above average, the interior is wonderful, the staff are top-notch. However, for the price, you should get much better quality food. For example, I paid $50 for an over-cooked, dry steak smothered in peppercorns, nearly $11 for a simple baked potato, and $13+ for an average French onion soup. I don't even think the meat was particularly high quality; the filet mignon was tough and had a considerable amount of fat -- for both of us. The steaks I buy from Whole Foods and Straubs to grill at home are far better quality. For $25 this would have been tolerable, but $75 for those three items is outrageous. I can think of at least a dozen local places, including some big chains, who offer the same or better quality food for 1/3 the price. I am OK paying a bit more for ambiance, but only a little bit more. And the ambiance was not perfect. Given that it is a $100+ per person restaurant, one would expect that we would not be the only people there dressed in more formal attire. However, many of the patrons wore t-shirts, shorts, sports jerseys, etc. At the prices they're charging, they should have a dress code. Actually we made a reservation at 6:30pm on a Saturday night, and found it surprising that the restaurant was more than half-empty until 7:15ish. It's a shame. This restaurant could be extraordinary if they improved the food. The hostess staff and waitresses are outstanding. The alcohol selection is very good. The interior is inspiring. Perhaps the management should recruit chefs from some top-notch Argentinian steakhouses abroad. For example, I implore them to try Gaucho in London, Dubai or Hong Kong. That is what an expensive steakhouse should be, in terms of food quality.
Nothing less than absolutely amazing! My Wife and I were celebrating our 12th Wedding Anniversary and just moved to the area, we picked this restaurant without any prior knowledge or recommendations. It ended up being the most perfect evening, perfect meal, perfect atmosphere! The service was beyond professional, everyone was extremely knowledgeable and courteous. We will recommend this restaurant to everyone. They made our Anniversary the greatest and will return soon. Thank you for everything!
Flemings always has treated us well. And for our anniversary, they gave use a card signed by all the waitstaff, as well a nice box of chocolates to take home (for free). And anyone from the restaurant that stopped by our table wishes us a happy anniversary. They are so thoughtful there!
The food was very good and the service was extraordinary. We went for our anniversary and they made a big deal of it. They gave us 4 truffles, 2 chocolate-covered strawberries with cream and a $20 gift card to be used on our next visit. Over 400 wine choices, but pricey. If you are a Costco member, you can get $50 gift cards for $40. All in all, though, it is quite pricey and everything is always alacart.
While I dine at Flemings often, this visit was noteworthy due to the temporary return of my favorite manager. It was good to see James back again running the restaurant while he works on finding a permanent manager. Food was great as always with the dry aged sirloin cooked to perfection preceded by a traditional wedge salad. Others had the small plates shrimp entree and the sea bass. Love Flemings take on calamari with their sweet and spicy drizzle they use. Wine service was perfectly executed by Howard our waiter.
Wonderful birthday dinner for my husband. Very pricey, but also very special. I had a small plate...shrimp and scallops over goat cheese grits....very tasty. My husband had a steak that he said was prepared perfectly. The salads were fresh , and the decaf was fresh, hot and bottomless. Even though we didn't order drinks or dessert, we were not rushed.
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