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We usually go to the Flemings in Montrose Ohio. Our experience at Beachwood location was the food was cold, the lobster under cooked, service mediocre. For the extremely high prices we expected more than what we received.
We went for Valentine’s Day and because we had a gift card. We had a great experience! Food was great - I’m a vegetarian so I had a salad and it was amazing. I would go back.
Firstly let me say I have never had a bad dining experience at this Fleming's location. The food is always excellent & so is the service. Thank you to Managers Andrew for accepting our expired gift card that we received in the mail & special thanks my favorite Manager Brittany who is always so in tune to guests needs. Thank you
My husband and I brought my 94 yr. old mom for Valentine’s Day. We were seated in the small room at the back which was great, because it was quieter than the main dining room.
We had a superb waiter named Derrick. He was friendly, humorous, efficient and made us feel special. The food was beyond good. My mom said her filet mignon was the best she has ever had and she is picky! We will definitely be back.
The main courses were very good. The side dishes were small, Over cooked, and overpriced. We had to ask for bread on more than one occasion. When it did come very small serving for four people.
First time dining there ,fabulous food, service, I wood not change a thing ,great experience
Great food and service.
My disappointment is pretty much for all premium steak houses, not just this one. We ordered a bone in Ribeye. It was tasty and cooked perfectly and even the little bit of garnish was nice. But after paying $61 for a single steak, why would you be expected to pay another $11 for a baked potato? The choices of sides was also very boring and unimaginative.
The chocolate lava cake was also a big disappointment. It was saltier than I could ever imagine.
To the restaurant's credit, the service was personal and they made things right with the cake by taking it off the bill and bringing us free truffles instead. They were MUCH better than the cake but we were sill disappointed.
Steak was over cooked. Service was subpar. Long wait between salads and entrees. Not worth the money for a outback steak over cooked.
Last two times we went for the Happy Hour Burger and Prime Rib sandwich- both delicious!
We actually had 3 $10 bonus cards to use by Feb 11th. The first time we ordered the burger and sandwich in the bar, the waitress applied my $10 bonus card and also credited my rewards card, apparently she should not have as we found out the second time when the manager had to come over and tell me they will not accept either of them - disappointed. I tried to give my card away to someone sitting in the dining area, but only 1 couple was in there (actually empty the time before too). I did give my discount card to that 1 couple, but as we were leaving the bar booth, they said since they could not order the burger in the restaurant, they wanted our booth to sit in the bar, so they also could not use the bonus card after all. My feelings are that your burger is very good and should be served in the restaurant as well even if higher priced as an alternative to the expensive steaks and wine served. I would rather enjoy the prime rib sandwich and burger for dinner at pay under $50 for 2, then $150-$200 for a steak in the dining room. Seems with the look of your empty dining room and bar, most people feel the same.