Fantastic, chef Keller was there, met him, talked to him and got a selfie.
My husband and I went to eat dinner here and it was a great experience. We ordered the duck terrine which was one of our favorites of the night. We also got the yellowtail ceviche, butternut squash soup, grilled octopus (so delicious), braised short ribs and the squid ink pasta. Everything was excellent including the service. We also got to meet the Chef back in the kitchen. He was so nice to take the time to talk with us. He is as charming and sweet as he is on tv. Overall, amazing experience.
This is place is nice, but I was really expecting it to be a lo more. The arugula salad was good, the yellowtail ceviche was great, the octopus needs work, and the agnolotti was sparse. The service was excellent and the ambience was fair at best. It just felt lackluster, the decor kind of reminded me of the Grand Lux. I understand why it wasn't busy.
Chef Keller presents a palate of flavors in his menu. The small plates are excellent and offer an opportunity to pair dishes not usually found on the same menu. The octopus was particularly good. Great service and a pleasant relaxed ambiance make for a wonderful meal.
Restaurant was not nearly as loud as strip steak, menu is eclectic, desserts and drinks were great.
We went early before 7:00 show so place was empty which was fine. Food was good. Drinks expensive - even for strip hotel.
We did the tasting menu. Everything was wonderful. Doing the tasting we tried dishes I never would have ordered, and loved them.
Our waiter was knowledgeable about the menu and appropriately steered us toward the right amount of food. It did sometimes take a little bit to get their attention, but I’ve had worse.
This was my second visit to Fleur and again, disappointing. I think if Mr. Keller ate the food I experienced, he'd be most disappointed. I was entertaining clients, all of the diners were served except one, and it took some time to get her food becuse the server "forgot" it. Unacceptable. I orderd the Osso Buco, and, as a former chef, I've made this dish many times. This was dry and had no accompanying sauce. The pasta accompaniment was a glop of overcooked cappelini with a pasty tomato sauce. I ordered some small plates, and the Onion/bacon tart was cold, and had no dicernable truffle flavor. The foie gras itself was just ok, but the flavors on the plate overpowered it. Almost reminded everyone of peanut butter and jelly. I ordered coffee, which never came, the server said she was waiting for a fresh pot. She was often nowhere to be found when needed, but did comp the one dinner and dessert, which while appreciated, didn't compensate for the low quality of the meal. Overall, really diappointing.
My husband and I had a wonderful dinner at Fleur. We had to rush because we got caught in traffic and barely had an hour to eat before catching the "Michael Jackson One" show, also at Mandalay Bay. As seniors we usually split our entree but this time ordered two small plates--hamachi tacos and Korean galbi, which we shared. Both were excellent. Our wine by the glass @ $16 apiece was rather pricey for us but very good. For dessert we shared a fabulous tiramisu, the best I've ever had!!! A nice touch was the complimentary chocolate dessert in recognition of my husband's 82nd birthday. Service was efficient and friendly. Atmosphere is very warm and inviting. (Be prepared to pay major bucks if you order the regular entrees though!)