I have been to Fleming's multiple times and have never had a bad meal. This visit we tried the dry aged prime strips and they were fantastic. Cooked perfectly, very juicy and flavorful. We also tried the skillet cooking method which held the juices in beautifully. Another person in our party had the petite filet topped with lobster and she raved about the taste and presentation. Other items sampled were the sauteed green beans, onion rings, french onion soup, and carrot cake. All were perfectly prepared and very flavorful. I was not crazy about the carrot cake because of the somewhat odd fruit pieces which distracted from what I feel to be a traditional carrot cake flavor. Service was excellent and attentive. The food was served quickly and hot. The selection of wines by the glass exceeded 100. The only drawback for Flemings is the price. I knew it would be expensive going in, so a complaint in this area would be inappropriate. However, it is valid to say the meal was pricey. The steaks are all al a carte and range in price from $40-$60. The entire meal, including a few glasses of wine and the tip exceeded $350 for 3. Great food, great service, very pricey.
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