Flemings is our number one place to go. My husband is a celiac and we always trust Flemings. They have a separate menu and are knowledgable about celiac sand cross contamination etc...
We had a fantastic dinner there this past weekend. The server was very knowledgeable about Celiac and made sure the kitchen knew it was an allergy so the food could be prepared separately. The steak, Fleming’s potatoes and mushroom were great as was the gf chocolate lava cake! My husband didn’t have any reaction afterwards and he is very sensitive.
We celebrated our Anniversary Sunday eve. Domain location. Everything was perfect. Seasonal salad was delicious. Filet was cooked to perfection with Asparagus on the side to share. Creme Burlee with fruit was very good. Sent us home with 4 gluten free truffles. Anniversary card and rose petals on the table! Top notch service.
My son did not do well here on his birthday. He ordered off of the GF menu and got sick even before leaving the restaurant. I am not sure if it was cross contamination. For the rest of us, food tasted good but very expensive. I just can’t justify a meal that expensive when my son couldn’t enjoy his meal. Update: the manager did call me and we went over the ingredients, it does sound like they are doing all possible, so who knows what happened. He did send gift cards for us to try again, which was very kind.
To celebrate an anniversary, we reserved a table at Fleming's. The staff and management were all very careful and attentive to make sure they got our food just the way we needed it to be. However, I was disappointed at how little they offered that was both GF and dairy free. The atmosphere was pleasant and busy on a Friday night. Their prime rib and mushrooms were very tasty. I had to order the baked potato instead of the other potato choices to be dairy free. They still brought cheese and sour cream for the potato! In my opinion, Fleming's needs to offer more variety in their sides other than potatoes like dishes using squash, gluten free grains like quinoa, and corn. They are a high-end restaurant and ought to offer the high quality of food to match their prices. Overall, it was a good experience, but not as good as I expected.
The staff was very friendly and restaurant had a nice atmosphere (wasn't crowded). I had a Flemings salad without crostini which was light, refreshing and a good portion. I had the 12 oz filet mignon and it was not good. Meat was chewy and not of good quality. I was expecting a melt in your mouth filet for the price. I sampled a $20 wine and loved it but when it came as a full glass it didn't taste nearly as good. I didn't feel good after my meal and perhaps it was the peppercorn coating which I was not informed of.
Went here with 3 celiacs and they did a great job at accommodating us all! The manager came out to assure us that our food would not be cross contaminated and he also checked in again after our food was served. Had the sliced filet mignon and it was very delicious!! Highly recommend. Great service and excellent food.
Pricey meal, but so worth it! I had one of the smaller plate options, the filet mignon and it came with risotto, then I ordered sautéed mushrooms. It was soooooo good! The service is amazing! They really treat you right and know exactly what to do for celiacs!
Told the guy I was gluten free, picked my order up and it had deep fried cheese on it. Tweeted them, they told me to message them. I did, they never responded. Very poor management of a gluten allergy for such an expensive restaurant. Guy on the phone also seemed bored with my questions and gluten allergy.
At their Happy Hour from the bar, I ordered the Tenderloin Carpaccio without crostini and The Prime Burger without the bun or cheese. Since I am allergic to gluten and dairy. I asked for the Carpaccio without the creamy mayo sauce and they put capers on instead. The burger came with shoestring fries, which I tested with my Nima tester. At another location I read online that the fries would likely have cross-contamination issues. When I tested the fries with my Nima tester it showed that trace amounts of gluten was found. Fried Calamari is on the menu, so they probably use the same fryer. Overall the server seemed to be pretty accommodating to my needs. But admittedly the bar was slammed and perhaps she didn't understand that cross-contamination could be an issue. Many servers still don't seem to understand that food preparation is a key to making things Gluten-free and that people who cannot tolerate any amounts of gluten cannot tolerate any sort of cross-contamination. It's always a good idea to always ask about how the food is prepared and ask about potential cross-contamination especially with fried items when ordering. I don't believe the menu listed that the fries were included with the burger either. So be aware of these sorts of surprise sides. Aside from the fries, the rest of what I ordered seemed to not create any allergic reactions. Both dishes tasted delicious, were made from quality ingredients and the price was right considering most items outside of happy hour are about double the price.
Way better than I expected! The other review made me hesitant to go, but I decided to try it out. They did have a one page menu & it had a decent amount of options. You can find their gluten free menu online before you go, and the wait staff seemed fairly knowledgeable about gluten free. Not over the top about accommodating, but they do take an effort in the kitchen not to cross contaminate and keep everything separate as much as possible. I didn't get sick after so I'd go back! But as far as the quality of food and price goes, I didn't think it was worth it. My steak was slightly dry & the potatoes I got on the side were alright, but I would've hoped for something a bit better for the price.
We had some serving issues, but the manager took care of them and made sure we were happy. This was the first place to bring me a veggie plate while the rest of the table had bread. Extremely accommodating and kind. I've loved every experience. They even found a steel cask wine for me.
My favorite chain restaurant steak! Very knowledgeable staff and very attentive. They have not been perfect though as I have had to send a salad back after it came with fried crispy straws that I was told were not gluten free. I feel comfortable dining here and I am very sensitive.
If you have Celiac Disease or are gluten free for other reasons, I would highly recommend you go eat at Flemings. When you call ahead to make your dining reservation be sure to let them know that you will be needing gluten free menu options. I enjoy arriving at a restaurant that remembers in advance that a gluten free menu will be needed without you needing to ask when you're seated at your table. Although I do have a big sweet tooth, I could probably live on steak and potatoes, especially Flemings potatoes. If you haven't ordered them and gone to Flemings, you need to go back immediately. The Flemings potatoes are sliced paper thin, layered in a delicious creamy and cheesy sauce with jalapeños for added kick, then coated in a thick layer of cheddar cheese, and baked to perfection. And that's just the potatoes, the steak alone at Flemings is delicious no matter what cut is your preference. Oh and did I mention they have gluten free dessert options? The creme brûlée is my favorite Flemings dessert! Whenever I travel if there's a Flemings location nearby then that's my go to place at least one night for dinner. I love going to gluten free friendly restaurants that truly understand cross contamination and making sure that your dietary restrictions are respected.
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