What’s Hot at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

What’s hot at Fleming’s? Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has recently launched its new menu nationwide featuring dry-aged steaks, bold cuts and enticing Steak Companions. The restaurant debuted dry aging preparation for richer, bolder flavor on select cuts and delicious steak “companions” and sauces for an elevated taste experience that goes above and beyond the classic steak. I went to try them out and OMG amazing!

“We’ve crafted an indulgent menu with a spotlight on steak, but take each cut to the next level,” said Chef Russell Skall, Fleming’s Corporate Executive Chef. “We’re introducing preparation techniques like dry aging our Prime beef on popular cuts, to serving each steak with surprising flavor profiles – we’ve got something for the purists and the adventurers.” Some of the new items and preparation techniques include:

  • Steak Companions:
    • Truffled Poached Lobster with bernaise sauce and caviar
    • Diablo Shrimp baked with a spiced barbeque butter sauce
    • King Crab with Herb Butter simmered with fresh herbs and garlic and topped with caviar
    • Flavor Trio with three steak spreads –  gorgonzola and mascarpone brulée, sweet onion bacon jam and cabernet mustard
  • Varied Preparation Techniques:
    • Dry Aged – Cuts aged a minimum of 21 days allowing a richer, bolder flavor with a distinctive nutty note (available for the Prime New York Strip and the Prime Dry Aged Ribeye);
    • Wet Aged  – Cuts aged a minimum of 21 days providing a juicy, flavorful and savory bite (available for Prime Bone-In, New York Strip, Prime Bone-In Ribeye and Filet Mignon);

Also in February, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is pleased to announce the popular Filet & Lobster pairing! From February 26th through April 13th, guests can enjoy a tender, 8-oz. Filet Mignon and a sweet 8 oz  Lobster Tail with drawn butter, plus a starter course, all for only $39.95. I want to go! How about you?

 

5 thoughts on “What’s Hot at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse”

  1. Amazing!! We love Fleming’s and have tried the new menu. If you haven’t you owe yourself a trip and if you have you know what I am talking about. After reading this we just may have to make plans to go there this weekend.
    Thanks Alison, as always a great post.

  2. My boyfriend and I went to Fleming’s two weeks ago. The steak and side dishes were out of this world. I have probably been to Fleming’s about 100 times in the last decade or so. I have NEVER had a bad meal there and the service is second to none.

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