I was down in the middle of no-where NJ last night and I passed this place on Rt. 73 and made a mental note to hit it on my way out for dinner.
Arrived around 7:30pm the place was crowded, it is located on the highway, connected to a Bonefish Grill. I have since learned that Flemmings is owned by the same parent company as Outback and Bonefish so the location makes perfect sense now.
Place was pretty packed, typical steakhouse appeal, I seated myself at a high top table around the bar area. Service was prompt, I ordered a colossal shrimp cocktail and a CAB NY Sirloin Steak side of creamed spinach. They brought me a bread basket which I declined so I can’t give any feedback on that, the shrimp cocktail followed shortly there after. While being $18.95, the shrimp were colossal and there were 5 to the order…so $4.00 per shrimp is pretty average and they were very good.
The steak came out cooked a prefect medium and it was very good. However it is listed at CAB 140z @ $50.95 was pretty pricey if you ask me. They had a wagyu on the menu however it was 12oz. and $54.95…being my first experience I didn’t know if I could truly trust them to be serving true wagyu so I passed. The steak was very good, but at $50.95 that’s NYC Prime Aged steak prices, not CAB rt. 73 Vorhees NJ. (Nothing against the fine people of Vorhees)
Overall I wouldn’t stop from going back, but you have to go with the understanding you are paying premium for not-so-premium product.
Pretty extensive wine menu and wines by the glass…I looked it over while waiting to order.