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About Fiore Steakhouse - Harrah's Resort - Southern California
Indulge your taste buds and reward your stomach with a savory meal from Fiore. This award-winning restaurant offers a menu with a wide selection of wonderful appetizers, salads, soups and renowned melts-in-your-mouth steaks and seafood.
The chef's selection is made with special pride and care to give you the flavors and experience that will have you coming back for more!
Fiore's menu features the best Certified Angus Beef® and proudly serves only the finest in aged beef along with the Pacific's freshest seafood and the finest wines that California has to offer.
Funner, CA 92082
Steakhouse, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Friday: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm; Saturday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Our Private Dining Room can accommodate up to 25 people and creates a unique experience for your special occasion. Set menu for parties of 12 or more required. Please email Fiore Manager for set menu price and options.
Private Party Contact:
Fiore Manager: (760) 751-3100 ext. 313
Bar Dining, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Fiore Steakhouse - Harrah's Resort - Southern California Ratings and Reviews
This was a decent dinner. The Hubby and I split the 32 oz Porterhouse. The steak was well seasoned but a touch over-cooked. For the $70 price tag, I did expect more. The sides were basic. Service was standard. The wine list offered something for every price range. Overall, if you’re at Harrah’s and want a steak, this will suffice. But I wouldn’t travel just for the meal. Overall, meal for 2 with a bottle of wine and dessert was just north of $200.
Fiore is one of our favorite steakhouses. They made some recent changes to the menu with some pros and cons. Steak prices went up but now include 2 sides. The side selection, however, was cut in half. The side options were not great.
Otherwise, great food, service, and wine as usual.
The only thing we were disappointed with was their limited fish selection. The only fish was mahi mahi which I don't like. I wanted salmon and my wife wanted sea bass but neither was on the menu. We settled for sharing a 22oz bone in ribeye which was good.
Seating is comfortable with quite a few comfy private booths.
I mentioned to the manager my disappoinment in the limited menu and he stated that they change the menu frequently and new menu would be out in March.
We would definitely come back after new menu to try again.
You need a better diner menu if you are going to class yourself as a "High End Restaurant". The food was discusting and I would not recommend this to anyone I am friends with. I had the scallops which were undercooked and rubbery. My husband had the Steak which was overcooked, unseasoned and tuff to eat. Even the bread that wa placed on the table was not fresh. It was warm, but you could tell that it had been warmed up in the microwave. The crusts were not edible.
Even if you offered me a free return meal there, I would not be interested.
The best pet of this meal seas our server, Anthony. He was very professionally nap and courteous and made the evening.
The worst part was the check in front desk. The female hostess was not personable or engaging. Not a good way to start or end a dining experience. Not even a good bye thank you or come again from the hostesses. And there was no one at the front at either time. Very disappointing.
Excellent Service. My Sister Steak was not done to her satisfaction and they had to get it well done for her, due to the times sent back to get it right the Manager came over and took it off the bill. Very Thoughtful and kind to do that. The rest of the meal was great and made my Sister's Birthday special . Thanks for the Service. Excellent and will dine there again.
Very disappointed with the new menu. My husband and I have been coming here for years. I am not sure who their new chef is catering to with all of the fru fru changes. They removed the lamb chops from the menu. In addition, have you ever been to a fine dining restaurant that doesn't have baked potato? My husband and I ended up sharing the ribeye steak which was delicious.
Our server was attentive and our food was delivered at a nice pace.
This was the first time that the manager didn't stop by our table to see how our experience was going. I guess the management no longer cares. There are other options at nearby casinos so the next time we stay at Harrahs, we will be exploring those restaurants.
This is third time we dined here. We were glad we chose this place for dinner. The menu were very good for I do not eat meat most of the time so glad to chose lobster tail for me and filet mignon for my husband. It was a very good dinner for both of us who does not drink any alcohol beverages for health reasons. Our server was Justin who served us on our wedding anniversary dinner last month. His served us with impeccable timing and we were glad he was our server. Thanks Justin!
We have been traveling and returned for dinner after last dining at Fiore’s 8 months ago. My favorite soup at Fiores was lobster bisque and that was gone. My wife loves the wedge salad and that was gone. The ambience and food appeared to be catered more to Asian cuisine with the plates and menu offers. We went to Pala the following day at the Oaks and were able to receive the food we do enjoy.
We don’t gamble at Pala, but until your menu changes, we will eat at Pala and play at Harrah’s. So, I guess it’s still a win for Harrah’s.
Food is good but the menu needs to have more items on it. Limited selection of entrees and many items now off the menu. The menu was supposed to have been done over with by October and it hasn't changed. Please put the baked potato and rainbow carrots back on as well as the prime rib thru out the week.
I wanted to give Fiore’s a 5 rating because they used to always be outstanding. Unfortunately, in the last 6 months the menu and chef have changed and the experience is not 5 star any longer. For example, why would they remove baked potatoes, wedge salads, and the famous lobster macaroni and cheese from the menu! And Prime Rib is only served on Wednesdays now. Why wreck a good thing? The service and ambience are still 5 star
Overpriced- for sure!
The food was pretty tasty however very expensive. Sliders were the smaller than the size of my palm.
Their "house salad" was unique yet still lacked the hope for a good salad. I will say my 9 oz filet was delicious- but at that price- I won't be back.
I highly recommend stopping for a burger at some fast food place before coming to eat here.
We have been going to Fiore Steak House for several years on New Year's eve. This year was not only very disappointing , but the worst experience food wise ever. The menu has continued to change. The steaks are still very good, however for $54 I do not expect that my side by hard tasteless mashed potatoes and corn corn from a can. My husbands Lobster consisted of Lobster pieces ( 6 very small about 2" long by 3/4") served with 6 cherry tomatoes, 1/2 of arugula and 6 pieces of mandarin oranges. If my husband did not have the oysters as an appetizer - i think he would have been starving. The waitress called the manager, all he could say it that he would bring me garlic butter for the potatoes and that we should come back as their winter menu is changing. The menu consists of 1 page, instead of their old vast menu. The sides are no longer available as an additional option consisting of: lobster mashed potatoes, au-gratin potatoes, Brussels sprouts, etc. They are now limited and included with dinner. The choices: mashed potatoes, spinach, kernel corn. We decide to try desert ( being still hungry) and ordered the chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. The ice cream came first and that was a disaster. It was Like Ice Milk, meaning each spoon full was all ice. It was either too old or bad ice cream. It did not resemble the old rich creamy vanilla bean previous served over a year ago. We ordered coffee ($9.00 for a pot for 2). When served our cups were filled with coffee grinds. The waiter did replace the pot saying it was broken. All in All If you are looking to spend $200 or more for dinner do not waste your money. Our bill was $209 and I guess Funner doesn't mean an award winning dinner at a expensive 5 star steak house any more. We could have spent $45 at their dinner and had a better experience with a better outcome from their manager. Not away to keep customer retention.
Enjoyable fine dining but with a casual atmosphere. Filet mignon is always cooked to order perfectly! Lobster is always fresh and scrumptious. Fresh vegetables, salads & soup choices are plentiful. Service has always been very attentive and courses are served timely. I highly recommend Fiore as an Excellent Steakhouse Choice for any occasion. Superb!!!!
Fiore changed the menu awhile back to what they called there summer menu, it was awful. We went hoping they had improved the menu, they didn’t. The house salad is four tiny rolled up romaine leaves for a whopping $12. The calamari is raw, with soggy light breading. There is no baked potato, get real this is a steak house. The current menu is very limited. I had gone here several times a year for special occasions, but not anymore.
Good food and drinks, excellent service and comfortable for our group of 6. Reservation was for 3. Three more guests arrived(unexpected family) and the restaurant staff quickly accommodated us on " no"notice. Fiores was very busy that night---sold out reservations and we were very nicely accommodated. All enjoyed the(delicious) food and (just right)beverages and the (exquisite)great service. Liked it so much that 2 of us returned for dinner the next night. The Fiores' staff- from the hosts to the wait staff -were friendly, efficient and courteous throughout our dining experience even though we surprised them by doubling our group. Exceeded my expectations. Great Job.
As usual, the service was very good. Unfortunately, we have to say the steak quality and price need to be improved. Firstly, the Kansas City strip steak was not available even though it is on the menu. We ordered the $64 ribeye steak. It was salty and not worth the price. The two sides - asparagus and spinach were excellent, however.
With other good nearby steak houses (Black and Blue and the excellent porterhouse steak, for example), Fiore needs to step up or risk losing business.
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