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Wolfgang Puck: Chef's tasting dinner

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by georgesken, May 9, 2015.

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  1. georgesken

    georgesken Low-Roller

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    Hi there,

    I have purchased the Puck tasting dinner reward for 200k for our upcoming trip,to Vegas.

    Only we are not sure if we are gonna use it. Did anyone recently use this award? What was the menu like and how many Coursera did you recieve? Did they offer A wine pairing for the menu and if they did, at what price?

    And do you have to tip on the amount before they take of the free menu or do,you just tip on the final amounnt after they take off 150$? (I am from Belgium so I don'T have A clue About this...)

    Greetz
     
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  2. georgesken

    georgesken Low-Roller

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    Excuse me, but why is this moved to the restaurant sectionwhile this A Myvegas reward question?

    Can u please move this back to the Myvegas section?
     
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  3. TheCooler

    TheCooler Professional Gambler and the Best Football Handica

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    Because the question is about the meal, not MyVegas.
     
  4. georgesken

    georgesken Low-Roller

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    Ok a little part is but the main question is about the reward, what iT includes and how to use it. Should i split the thread?
     
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  5. JoJoR

    JoJoR High-Roller

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    Always tip (at least 15%) on the full amount (before coupons/discounts).
     
  6. vegasfan

    vegasfan Tourist

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    We had this probably a year ago. It was really good and I would love to do it again. I can't remember exactly, but it was 5 or 6 courses. They had a wine pairing but we didn't order that so I'm not sure what the cost for that was. The cocktails we had were around $14. The meal plus drinks came to around $200. We tipped on the full value including the free $150...so tipped on approximately $350.
     
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