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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

555 E. Lancaster Ave. (N. Radnor Chester Rd.) Send to Phone
Fleming’s finesses fine filets on the Main Line.
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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Restaurant Review

: There’s no arguing that some chain restaurants really do it right. And Fleming’s, founded by restaurateur Paul Fleming --- the original “P.F.” in P.F. Chang’s --- is one of them. Boasting a contemporary, refined ambience, enhanced with light wood, leather banquettes and accents of cherry and amber, the 255-seat restaurant is first class all the way. The wine program dominated by American wines is topnotch, with 100 wines by the glass. An 80-label reserve list provides lofty selections of big bold reds, many with hefty price tags. As for the food, the exhibition kitchen turns out consistent renditions of traditional steakhouse fare. We recommend the 22-ounce bone-in rib-eye, or try the New Zealand lamb chops with Madeira sauce. Prime rib is the special every Sunday. Side dishes can feed an army; don’t miss the crisp asparagus with hollandaise (on the side if you request), creamed spinach, and the cheesy house potatoes spiked with jalapeños. A happy hour $6 bar menu, served from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., includes a selection of wines and cocktails, along with appetizers such as pan-crisped pork belly with goat cheese grits, and cedar-roasted mushroom and artichoke flatbread. For dessert, the chocolate lava cake won't disappoint.

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