Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
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- General Info:
- Fleming's Brookfield, WI is an ongoing celebration of exceptional steak and wine.
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, mastercard, visa
- Brookfield Square
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
- Restaurants, Steak Houses
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
This restaurant is trying to be a fine dining restaurant, but is not. For one thing, in the bar they had a big screen TV. It was my husbands birthday and we ordered the special they advertised on their website, which was lobster with filet . We had to actually ask the waiter if it was available, because he did not even mention it to us. We received our entree's, only to have to send back our lobster, because it was not cooked through. I believe a fine dining restaurant should be much better than that. Needs much improvement to charge the high prices they charge to be a upscale restaurant. Drinks are very expensive also. We don't mind paying more money for great food, but this was not great by no means. Very overpriced and not all that good. Definitely not fine dining as they claim to be.
03/27/2011Provided by Citysearch -
It was very expensive. I went with a group of 8 people total. The cheapest entree was $26 and that was the chicken. You don't get sides with your food you have to pay extra for that. Cheapest sides were anywhere from $6.50-$9.00 on top of the $26. I never got asked what I wanted to drink. They went around the table and I guess, oops they forgot me! They forgot to actually give two people in our group their drinks. They took their order and forgot to bring it out! So not only did we have to ask about where their drinks were but also I had to order mine 1 1/2 hours into our dinner.
The service seems slow, but it also could have been because we were in a group. The food was good but it should be for the price you pay! We had to ask for refills on our drinks too, even the sodas. That seems like poor customer service to me, especially because we had two waiters taking care of us. They came around once to ask how our food was and that was it.
It has valet parking for $5. This seems completely unnecessary. The parking lot isn't that big at all. But I guess if you have the money, go ahead. They also have a coat room where you can check your coat, but a lot of people just placed their jackets over their chairs instead of checking them. As for the dress code, which we were concerned about, shoot for business casual. People had on jeans, sweaters, nice clothes but not like formal attire. Most either wore nice jeans, khakis, polos, blouses, sweaters, etc.
I don't plan on going back. It was just too darn expensive! I hope this helps you.
I had the chicken (only one kind) and the baked potato for a side. The chicken was good and so was the potato, but it'd be kind of hard to mess up a baked potato!!!
The best place about this restaurant was the atmosphere and the salad! The lobster was overcooked hard and very chewy! It was my birthday and the said they had a "special gift" for dining with them -never got it. Asked me about my dinner and I stated the lobster was overcooked, yet comment back was I will let the chef know! Save your money. Go to Kurt's Steakhouse!
We were there with our neighbours and we all agreed on one thing, over priced sub par steaks with very expensive side to go with the entree. Our steaks all-be-it were flavorfull they were tough. The filets that our wives had were non discrip and the food presentation was not very creative.
Unfortunately this was not a great dining experience. The steak was flavorful but not cut proportionly and even cooking was not possible. The sides we had were very good but unbelievably expensive. This is not on a par with some of the more popular Mke steak houses. One notable was the chocolate lava cake but this is not enough to get me to go back.