Tampa >Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Impeccable service, High-quality food.
To whom it may concern,
My wife and I have recently had the delightful experience of dining at your restaurant in The Woodlands, Texas. We had reservations for the dining room this past Valentine's Day. From the moment we walked into the door we were treated to the best dining experience we have ever had together! I have traveled to many countries and have rarely received this high level of service, to memory. The door greeter was genuinely courteous. The hostess "Cori" was kind, professional, and demonstrated manners uncommon of her generation. Our high-caliber waiter for the evening was "Bryan", whom demonstrated patience and impeccable attention to detail without nagging or hovering. This top-notch service highlighted the dining room's ambiance and our tasty meals. You can go just about anywhere for a fancy dinner but very few places for a good memory. Too often are the staff not recognized for a "job well-done". Fleming's in the Woodlands, especially Cori and Bryan , deserve it!
mediocre, overpriced food, good service. When a restaurant has 4 pages of wine selections and 2 pages of food, you know what the emphasis will be. The wine selection may appeal to some, but we wanted a superior meal. No such luck. Salads first. There are four, none of them unusual. The Flemings salad we got to share had stale croutons, a giant glazed nut, two spinach leaves and a bunch of iceberg lettuce -- with craisins. House dressing: lemon vinagerette? A double sour dressing on a sweet salad? We declined and got another on the side. Onward. There were only two steaks on the menu. My small fillet mignon was nicely cooked but not exceptionally tender. Worse, it was over-salted. My husband ordered the "oscar" topping.-- a $15 addition of crabmeat with cheese and two exceedingly skinny asparagus spears. It barely covered his steak. He liked it but agreed that it was not worth the excessive price. For that he should have had an extra entree! We tried a valentines velvet cake for dessert. Cold, gummy cake with cream cheese frosting and two second class white-topped strawberries dipped in a bit of chocolate. Again, very underwhelming. We will not go back.
Great place!. I recently stopped by for the happy hour I'd heard so much about. It was awesome. The food is great, the drinks are great, and contrary to the previous review, the service was awesome. Even though they were pretty busy, I never had an empty glass and it was always served with a smile. This is a place that I am going to frequent for sure.
Serious Issues with this place.
I have gone to happy hour and had dinner at this location at least a dozen times since they opened and last night will be the last time I go there.
While we were greated by friendly hosts, the bar staff were rushed and we waited a while to get drinks and to have our order for food taken. Then we order dessert and it is served with no eating utensils. When we grabbed silverware off another table the bartender copped an attitude and said that he was going to bring us spoons - I am like - When? After our desert melted before our eyes????
Then to top our our miserable experience we witness a MOUSE, yes a mouse, run from the kitchen right through the bar area (to the horror of the patrons I might add) with the wait staff trying to chase it out the FRONT DOOR of the restaurant with a small broom. It was quite a sight and certainly not where I would go for a nice dinner.
Save your money and go to Pappa's, Sullivans or somewhere else. Last night was my last visit to Flemings. That is for sure.
What a nice experience it was !. My wife and I wanted a nice dinner out, it was suggested that we try Fleming's. We are very happy we did, the steak was prepared perfect, just like ordered it, the side dishes were also very good.. bluecheese mash potatoes.. oh yeah. we shall be back !
Does the Schwan Man Stop here?. The service was lovely. I just it hate it when the nice guy has to bring out something so disappointing.. but this steak was grizzled and tough ..I apologise to the bus boy who had to pick up my napkin with the gross bits in it. Mommy's fillet looked like shriveled up truffle bulbs I guess when you order "the special" you don't get prime.My sister who will now agrees to eat non mammal flesh..picked at her tuna and declared it gooshy. It was not sushi it was just not cooked through. Dad's steak was ok it was cooked right...but just OK is not what I was looking for. BUT the service was fabulous.
Amazing Filet. This is one of my favorites for celebrations and romantic dinners. I love a nice Filet with a glass of Moet. The cost is somewhat pricey but you get what you pay for.
Great High-End Steak House. Came here for a family dinner 5-6 years back as a "supposed to be as good as Ruth's Chris" type deal. To start, the decor is nice, but it's a little OVER-CROWDED... they are really pushing the fire code with regards to how many tables they fit in an area... we got stuck in a private room with the doors open... not good seating. The food was average at best.. 3 stars based on that. Went again a year later b/c we couldn't get into the aforementioned Ruth's Chris (yes, I do like that place)... this time, I couldn't have had a different experience... probably the best steak / meal I've had in my meager existence. I had the Filet Mignon. Why get anything else? That one meal actually got me off the RC kick, and on a pretty consistent Flemings run. Of course the place never delivered at the same level... but still very good, and MUCH better than Morton's. Big fan of the Flemings potato... and the mac & Cheese.
Best Steak i've had in years!.
if u want a great steak, this is the place. went there for my birthday last week.
had trouble find it, but it was worth the effort.
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