About Fleming's Steakhouse - Walnut Creek
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
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
South California Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
4 story self parking structure for free. Valet for $7.00
1/4 mile from Walnut Creek Bart Station.
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
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 - Walnut Creek Ratings and Reviews
All was good. Major suggestion: Bring th ...
All was good. Major suggestion: Bring the lighting up more. the lighting especially above the booth in which we sat, was so low, that we all (4 of us) needed to use our Apple Iphone light, in order to read the menu. Low light ambiance if fine, but it's too low. This is not our first time at the restaurant dealing with the same small be annoying problem.
Other than that, it's a great place.
One last thing....when serving that nice warm bread before the meal, the accompanying mini-bowls of spreads is too small a portion for 4 people. would suggest that the butter spreads or whatever is offered that accompanies the bread---be twice the amount of the 2 small bowls that are served. We always need to ask to additional.
We enjoyed our 4 star experience at Flem ...
We enjoyed our 4 star experience at Flemings for my son' s 25th birthday! The food was all delicious.. Appetizer, steaks,sides and wonderful berries and chant illy cream for dessert ..thank you Flemings for making it a very special evening ! I will be sure to refer friends and family..
We were celebrating my husbands new job. ...
We were celebrating my husbands new job. Didn't expect any special treatment or anything. Service was fine from both the bar and at the table. The food was just average. Definitely nothing to write home about - from our filet and lobster to the side of potato that looked appealing but was not good and for dessert we had the gelato sandwhich in which the actual sandwich was hard like a rock. Won't be returning.
The Wagyu New York Steak I ordered was g ...
The Wagyu New York Steak I ordered was great. The boneless rib eye my co-diner ordered had a different seasoning. Though both meat were good, the seasoning for the latter was a bit tiring.
The lumpy crab cakes we ordered for appetizer were good.
Service is excellent.
Completely overpriced staeak house. Amb ...
Completely overpriced staeak house. Ambience is all wrong, starting with the parking lot front entrance. Both steaks ordered were served with the wrong preparation. They did taste good once corrected, but $60 for a filet mignon is very steep. Fortunately was there using gift cards. Maybe OK for an expense account and that is about it (and I know expensive restaurants well).
Went there to celebrate my nephew's birt ...
Went there to celebrate my nephew's birthday. Drinks, salad and dessert were wonderful. Good bottle of California wine. We all ordered the sunday special Prime Rib dinner. All the sides were also very good. The prime rib was disappointing, Normally Prime rib is roasted in rock salt, leaving a very flavorful crust. This was strange, unexpected flavor. The meat seemed over tenderized, almost previously chewed. In fact, the only thing about the meal that was substandard was the prime rib. It may have been a mistake, ordering that. It is only available on Sunday evenings. Other than that, the meal, service and ambiance was fine.
I Chose Fleming's for a Date Night with ...
I Chose Fleming's for a Date Night with my husband. We had a great time and the meal was excellent. Rib Eye was cooked to perfection and absolutely delicious. The Pork Belly was amazing! The creamed spinach is a must have as well. I highly recommend it. We will definitely return.
It's a popular restaurant and was very busy but the staff are all very friendly and welcoming, however, there were quite a few times we had to flag down our server or the water server, not sure if this is a regular issue or if it was just very busy this particular night. I had to give lower stars in service for this reason, For the amount of money spent here , I shouldn't be having to wait for so long with no service. The food however, redeems these setbacks. Absolutely delicious food.
For a chain, the food is very good. The ...
For a chain, the food is very good. The wine list is decent but I usually bring my own wine. The corkage fee is very reasonable. I like the clubby atmosphere--the dark wood on the walls and the leather-like booths that line the walls.
Service was great. Ordered a vodka mart ...
Service was great. Ordered a vodka martini and asked for blue cheese stuffed olives. They stuffed the olives while we watched. Very cool and fresh stuffed are way better than out of a jar. The dinner itself was disappoiniting. The aged ribieye was too thin. It looked like something from the sizzler. Flavor was average. The sides were average. The Caesar salad had what we all agreed tasted like Bacon bits on it. Like you would buy from the store. I would not go here again for dinner. The bar is excellent. I would go back there.
Fleming's is way over priced and the ser ...
Fleming's is way over priced and the service was poor. The food was mediocre and tasted like food prepared by a large food service company. Steak was overcooked. The drinks were very expensive. I ordered the blueberry lemon drop and got a martini glass only half full. Very disappointed.
My wife took me to Flemings for Fathers ...
My wife took me to Flemings for Fathers Day. We very much enjoyed the food, as it was excellent. It was very noisy because the people at the bar were watching the game and cheering on the warriors. We did not order cocktails or wine but only softdrinks. We were under the impression that it was much fancier and the dress was semi formal so we felt overdressed for the occasion. Overall we had a great time.
Since there are many excellent restauran ...
Since there are many excellent restaurants in bay area, most pricey, in other words I'm used to expensive dining, I think Flemings goes over/beyond pricey. A good steak dinner and wine SHOULD NOT cost 120.00 per person. Location is also very poor. :-(
I ordered an Angus beef-block cut crafts ...
I ordered an Angus beef-block cut craftsman rib-eye (I requested medium rare but it was more medium than MR). My wife got a fish dish. Both are just average and thus not a good value considering the prices. We tried Fleming's in Fashion Island in SoCal and decided it wasn't worthy but my sis gave us $100 gift cards to try in NorCal. Otherwise, we wouldn't go. The place is noisy and dark. The wine list is decent and of course pricey.
Love the atmosphere, this was not my fir ...
Love the atmosphere, this was not my first time there but was not happy with the service. When I ordered my cocktail I was very specific with what I wanted "a Makers Mark old-fashioned, extra sugar and no orange or lemon, just a cherry". I was very polite and joked how I know I sound super picky but I appreciate him writing it down. My drink came and it was bourbon and water. I sent it back, still polite and after 10
Mins he came back to take our appetizer order and I was told "the bar was backed up". I waited a total of about 20 mins for my first drink, unacceptable when I am paying $13 for a drink. The second cocktail was made right and I told him that. I ordered the Chilean Sea Bass and my daughter the 8oz filet. I realize everything is ala carte but being a cook myself I cannot figure out why the filet came on a white plate with absolutely no garnish. Could they not have put a sprig of rosemary, basil, parsley or anything on the side of it to make a better presentation?!
I did leave a 20% tip because I did not want the bus boys to get shorted, they were spot on. I will not return, we have very good restaurants right nearby in Danville when parking is also free. Too bad
Fleming's is dependably excellent every time we go. The food is outstanding, the service extraordinary. It's expensive, there's no getting around it, but that's why we go for special occasions and it's always a treat. The one slightly negative comment I have is that it is very dark inside - too dark. I suppose that is for the ambiance, but the restaurant takes it a little too far. While we were there for our dinner we observed at least three guests at different tables reading the menu by the light from their cell phones. Not necessary. Otherwise, a perfect evening.
Filet mignon was good, my fish was just ...
Filet mignon was good, my fish was just fair. The Modern Caesar was boring because of the dressing. The scallop and prawn was the best thing we ate. Good wine selection. Waiter was awesome. For the price it was not worth it overall.
It was my first time at a high-end steak ...
It was my first time at a high-end steakhouse. If it's yours as well, keep this in mind:
- Everything is pretty much a la carte. My filet mignon came with ... filet mignon. My companion ordered the lobster tempura, which came with a very small salad. We ordered some truffle & parsley mashed potatoes to accompany the meal.
- Nothing is very fast. This is the place for a relaxed meal to share with people with a lot to talk about. Expect to spend at least an hour, maybe 2.
- Nothing is cheap! I think appetizers started at $15, and entrees at $40. With coffee, 1 appetizer, 2 entrees, 1 side, and 2 desserts, the bill was $149.50.
- However, everything is incredibly delicious! Portions were perfect. And the server was extremely attentive and solicitous. (And good at subliminally increasing the bill ... We may not have gotten an appetizer, coffee, or dessert without his suggestions.)
- At least with the filet mignon, I would highly recommend tending to the rare side. The outside was surprisingly uneven in flavor ... tough and tasteless in some places, with oases of salty & savory tenderness. But inside was delicious through and through.
We were stuffed to the gills when we left. A regular night like that is well outside the budget of the 99%, but my goodness it was a wonderful experience for once in a half-decade or so.
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