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About Fleur by Hubert Keller - Las Vegas
Through the innovative mind of the Top Chef Master comes Fleur by Hubert Keller, his latest fashionable epicurean experience. The restaurant features rejuvenating décor spotlighting an expanded patio, sociable bar, and lounge seating. The modernized menu offers an array of small plates inspired by cuisine from Chef Keller's travels around the globe.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Tapas / Small Plates, International
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Sunday Lunch: 11:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday thru Sunday Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Mandalay Bay Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
At Mandalay Bay, we offer special group dining options for parties of 12* or more. With the finest restaurants in Las Vegas—an eclectic combination of international menus, famous restaurateurs and spectacular settings —we can make sure your group has an adventurous and unforgettable dining experience.
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Jose Avila and Hubert Keller
Private Party Facilities:
Located in the former home of AAA Four-Diamond Award winning French restaurant Fleur de Lys is Fleur by Hubert Keller. Featuring Top Chef Master Keller’s innovative global menu with selections from around the world, Fleur offers a world of delectable temptations that will please any palate.
Private Party Contact:
Jennifer Webster: (702) 632-7447
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Fleur by Hubert Keller - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
I was very disappointed in the hostess service. I had a reservation at 12:15PM, was early and waited about 20-25 minutes to be seated. As the restaurant was somewhat busy, a few minutes late on the seating would be expected. The issue was a party seating the same number of people as me, that checked in after I did for the same time, was seated ahead of me. This occurred after I had been there about 10 minutes. My party subsequently had to wait an additional 10-15 minutes to be seated. When I approached the hostess about the issue, her response was there were two parties with the same name and number at the same time, no apology was offered for skipping over my group. Essentially I felt it was my fault because the names were the same. I waited the same amount of time to be seated as people with no reservations. Since this was a business meeting, being prompt was very important. The hostess really needs to know the order in which people arrive. This reflects poor organization skills and should be addressed.
Nice place in Mandalay Bay Hotel. I wanted the experience too last but the food came really fast (though that is good, I felt rushed). I have been there a few times . This is the first time that bread and butter were charged for! Great cocktails but on the pricey side.
We ate at Fleur before going to the Michael Jackson One show. We sat down at 5:15pm and the restaurant was fairly vacant. Service was excellent, food was excellent, wine by the glass excellent. Loved the brownie lollipops ..... awesome! For the value, the small plates and ambience was one of the best in Vegas.
The food was beautifully presented and wonderful. The tapas selections were divided by country which I thought was good. The wine list was intimidating with very few bottles less than $100. We did however have a good German Pinot Noir. The overall vibe felt a bit old school, however it was a wonderful experience and each dish was memorable.
This was our first time at Fleur even though we are locals. The tapas and entrees were good, the Caesar salad was good, the octopus was too spicy, the polenta was good, the grand marnier souffle was very good especially with the creme anglaise (it was only orange flavored, so no real alcohol), and the drinks were good. The tiramisu was something to skip since it was not as our server advised. I specifically asked if the bottom was moist and soaked in something delicious, and he said it was, but in fact it was not soaked in anything and it was crunchy. There was nothing special about the tiramisu and it's easy to have had better. Our server was great and we had a very good experience overall. This is an expensive venue so it's great for a special occasion, pre-show or post show. We came pre-show for dinner and post show for dessert. We were a party of six and it was great that they were able to accommodate us easily. I especially liked sitting on a bench with my husband.
Okay, I went with pretty high expectations, after all, it is Hubert Keller! I've been a huge fan for years, but this was the first time at one of his restaurants.
That evening they had a private event, but honored my reservation! So the place was really busy, and I was beginning to think this may not have been the right night to come . . .
But I got quickly waited on, got a nice glass of wine, and settled in for what I thought was going to be a long wait because they were so busy. I ordered three of the small bites. But in no time at all the first two arrived on the scene.
I have a fondness for grilled octopus, so I thought that would be my favorite. It was pretty darn good (grilled octopus spanish glazed octopus, hawaiian hearts of palm, tear drop tomatoes, sea beans, citrus caviar, lemon vinaigrette, chipotle aioli ). Okay it was outrageously good!
But then I started having a few bites of the carpaccio (wagyu beef, wild arugula, shaved parmesan cheese, capers, shaved red onion, oregano vinaigrette) - oh my - that is now a new favorite - so savory, so fresh, so absolutely good.
The best was for last, however, the seared foie gras - OMG - out of this world. I really love foie gras, but this had a seared crust and served on warm honey toast, huckleberries and some kind of ice cream. Really some of the best foie gras I have ever had. It took my breath away.
Oh yeah, then there was the absinthe cart . . . .
I can't say enough about how good the experience, the food, the wait staff, the manager and the chef were on this visit. If anywhere close, and you love food, you have to go!!!
My friend and I just returned from a girls weekend and made 'Fleur' our bucket list dinner. We had the four course tasting menu with wine pairing. We both agreed that if we kicked the bucket that night, it would be Ok. Service was lovely and the plates divine. They worked well with timing the plates so we were able to get to our show in time.
Went there during lunch. I ordered ceasar salad and burger (combination Kobe and wagyu beef) with mushrooms . I enjoyed the ceasar salad which contained the anchovy ( I like fish) which other restaurant do not have on their ceasar salads. The burger tasted great! If you like to do some people watching, you can request to be seated near the entrance where you can easily watch people passing by (lots of nice looking people). Highly recommend the place.
The food was excellent. Even though we aren't big red meat eaters, we did both order it. I had short ribs and my husband had flank steak. Both were extremely tender with delicious sauces. The desserts were fantastic. Creme Brulee was quite tasty and my husbands chocolate souffle was perfect.
We enjoyed the quiet and elegant atmosphere here. The best part is that the owner and Chef, Hubert Keller is very personable and approachable and visited with several patrons that evening. We had met him earlier so we didn't take up his time at dinner, but he was very friendly.
All in all a great place for a very special occasion!
Loved the unique selection of Tapas. Our waiter was superb. The atmosphere and dining area were absolutely gorgeous. Even have a private table in the wine room which is all glass so that you can look out/down into dining room. Will visit this restaurant every time I come to Vegas!!!
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Because I was entertaining custmers I did not look at the bill. $55 for water at lunch and no refills on Arnold Palmer's. Are you kidding????????????? This was my fifth and last time eating at your restaurant. Lunch for eight with no alcohol and a tip $327.00 RIPPED OFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the first time I took my husband, I had to practically drag a pouting man inside. This is one of our favorite places in Mandalay bay for a special dinner. we come for the truffle onion soup, sweet butter lobster and skirt steak, as well as the finest service in vegas.
Food was excellent -- service was very poor with the exception of the Sommelier -- he was outstanding and was doing the servers job -- took our orders a couple of times. Food came to the wrong people for appetizers, main courses and dessert. Tables weren't bused -- needed to ask to take empty plates away. The bad service experience outweighed the food -- won't return and won't recommend.
I cannot say enough good things about this restaurant, excellent service, food and atmosphere. We had the "taste of the world" tasting menu- may be the best pre-fixe I've ever had. The grilled octopus and beef carpaccio starter was fabulous!! The onion soup- velvety and perfectly smooth and light. The scallops with smoked pork belly- beyond perfect. Our waiter, Javier, was perfect-he gave information, laughed and didn't over-intrude. This was a perfect date night. Great meal, great service and even when crowded, awesome atmosphere. I cannot wait to go back!
Typically hobbled by the nature of being on the casino floor and all that comes with that, nevertheless the food is quite good, but the lunch menu was sparse and disappointing in terms of choices and variety. It was billed as French and had high reviews but it just seemed to be salads and sandwiches.
I am not one to write a review unless something is really great or really horrible. This place was the latter. It was so loud you could not hear the person across the table from you for starters. We are young and in good hearing still :)
The waiter was not attentive and the food was very average. The dessert came (a chocolate souffle) and it was pure liquid. It came after a 35 minute, yes 35 minute wait which they said the kitchen was backed up (albeit the restaurant was 1/3 full). We complained and they went to make it again, and behold it came another 30 minutes later, still all liquid. They apologized and offered some wine. We took the wine, what the heck, and we receive two glasses of wine with 2 ounce pours. What a joke, horrible dining experience.
I left a $10 tip on a $350.00 bill, did i mention it was pricey, even for Vegas.
This was truly the worst dining experience I've had in a long time - probably should have been a sign when we were one of only three occupied tables at 8:30pm...save yourself the effort and money and eat literally anywhere else. Hot food was served room temperature/cold, my Grey Goose had a +$4 surcharge because it was on the rocks, and nothing stood out as delicious, much less extraordinary. (Salt is the predominate seasoning here). Restaurant is also right near a major thoroughfare in Mandalay Bay, which had the effect of eating at a Cheesecake Factory within a suburban shopping mall.
This place is good for tasting an array of global foods. I ate here 3 years ago on a business trip and had such a great experience that I have been wanting to return ever since. So when I had the opportunity to go back for another business trip, I made reservations right away because they fill up fast months in advance. What I enjoyed eating the most last time was the global small plates and you need to pick at least 4 to 6 mini dishes to get your fill. Once again, I picked one from each "country" but this time around, I wasn't as impressed with the food as I was the last time. Last time each dish was wonderful and I ate it all with every last bite but this time around, the food wasn't that great and I found myself not wanting to finish some dishes. My favorites were conejo en mole amarillo and beef carpaccio and my least favorite were the L.A. style galbi and duck terrine. I felt as if the flavors were too off and didn't taste well together. I was actually disappointed with my overall meal. The presentation is wonderful and the variety is good. Service was good but the noise level got loud with large parties near us (I guess there are no private rooms for the larger parties). If I go back to Las Vegas, I'm not sure I'll return here again but who knows since the menu does change and I might see something I want to try.
Hubert Keller has great ideas around cuisine that translated to delicious plates. Since the theme of the restaurant is mostly around small plates from around the world, you're not limited to only one time of food. They also serve entrees which look great but I recommend going with the World Tour!
Had chef's wonderful Thanksgiving dinner here, with wine pairings by course. Food was exceptional, as was the service and conversation provided by Manfred. The sommelier was on his game and we enjoyed talking to him about his favorite wineries in our backyard (Napa). Thoroughly enjoyable evening, quiet due to the holiday, and we will definitely be back!
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