Dinner at Fleur wasn't the best or biggest meal we had in Las Vegas, and it wasn't the cheapest, but dollar-for-dollar it was the best value for money.
Rather than venturing inside, we opted for a table beside the Mandalay Bay concourse. It was noisy and casual, but fascinating people watching.
Rather than going for big entrees we took a selection of the small plates. The waiter encouraged it, and the menu really seems geared for that. We left full and very happy with our choices. The white onion soup is probably the best dish we had all week in Las Vegas. The tarte flambee is a classic Alsatian-style pizza, very light but delicious. The lobster and shrimp macaroni and cheese was rich and filling, but the portion is manageable.
Service was efficient and friendly without being overbearing.
Highly recommended, and highly recommend grazing the small plates menu. We'll be back to try more.
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