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itryalot Jul 6, 2011 11:31 AM

Is this place casual or semi formal? Can't quite put my finger on it. small plates to linger over several hours or regular portions?

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  1. skaboy RE: itryalot Jul 6, 2011 09:18 PM

    Casual, but not beachwear casual. Small plates all the way, it's a Tapas format.

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      westie RE: skaboy Jul 7, 2011 03:52 AM

      Fleur participates in restaurant.com. The current discount code is SHARE which is good for 70% off, but it expires today.

      Here is link to the menu:
      http://www.mandalaybay.com/pdf/fleur_...

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        itryalot RE: westie Jul 7, 2011 02:32 PM

        I see this is a 50 for 20 dollars but you must spend 100. How is that 70% off and where do you put in the code? Can you use more than one coupon per table?

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          zippyh RE: itryalot Jul 7, 2011 06:31 PM

          That code is for 70% off the $20 so you'd be paying $6 for the $50 cert.
          Be sure to read all the fine print on using the certs as there's lots of it.

          Also, restaurant.com ALWAYS has coupon codes. So even though that 70% code expires today, chances are high the next one will be for 80% at which point they'll drop down to 40% and then make their way up again.

          Haven't been to Fleur, but I've used certs several times at Aureole with no problem.

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            itryalot RE: zippyh Jul 8, 2011 06:07 AM

            Sure enough, it's 80 today.
            Yes, can use once a month only.

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              century81 RE: itryalot Jul 14, 2011 05:25 PM

              You can only use on gift cert once a month?
              Im looking to go to Aureole and see that $50 for $20 aint bad deal.
              Add the promo code, and its a great deal.

              Anything else I need to know about buying and using these?

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                Dave Feldman RE: century81 Jul 14, 2011 07:22 PM

                Just make sure that you read all the fine print on the certificate. Some restaurants don't accept coupons on weekends, for example. Some restaurants have mandatory tip on the pre-discounted check (one reason why waiters occasionally bristle at accepting the coupons). Be sure and tip the amount you would like on the PRE-discounted total, and everyone will be happy. I've never had a serious problem with Restaurant.com. The one time a restaurant closed before I could redeem the coupon, the site gave me a credit for the total amount. Fair enough.

                Although not required, I usually tell waiters upfront that I've got a coupon, and they appreciate the heads up.

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                  itryalot RE: century81 Jul 28, 2011 07:57 PM

                  I am pretty sure; did you get yours? I will have to reread mine.

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        itryalot RE: itryalot Jul 7, 2011 02:52 PM

        I see it; are there any expiration dates on these?

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          westie RE: itryalot Jul 15, 2011 03:07 AM

          No expiration dates.

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