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    Chez Mathilde

    Frommers recommended any recommendations for Chez Mathilde, menu looked fabulosa

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    Every meal I've had at Chez Matilde was very good. Service impeccable. Setting very interesting.

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    Do they have any dress code?
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    Thought they did away with the dress code and now it's like everywhere else.?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by danadog56 View Post
    Thought they did away with the dress code and now it's like everywhere else.?????
    That's what I am hoping.

    For years I refused to go because of a dress code....if dress code is gone, we may try it.
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    we were there once in the mid- late 90's and a jacket and tie were required for men.
    we left.
    have not returned since.
    it is an incredibly pretty spot and i hear the food is fabulous.

    i do know the dress code has been relaxed but unsure of the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob o View Post
    That's what I am hoping.

    For years I refused to go because of a dress code....if dress code is gone, we may try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    we were there once in the mid- late 90's and a jacket and tie were required for men.
    we left.
    Jacket and tie in Aruba? Yeah, sure! Did women have to wear dresses and heels?

    Tee shirt, shorts, sandals....that's MY dress code.

    Anyone know the current code at Chez M?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob o View Post
    Jacket and tie in Aruba? Yeah, sure! Did women have to wear dresses and heels?
    At that time, yes I did wear dresses and heels. We actually enjoy dressing up for dinner so the 'dress code' of the mid '90's didn't bother us at all. I still dress up to this day and, depending on which restaurant we're going to, hubby still wears long pants (but with more of an island-y feel - very lightweight.)

    Last time we ate at Chez Matilde, which was a couple of years ago, the food and service was the BEST on the island. At that time, men were required to wear long pants in the dining room (shorts in the bar area were okay.) I know thay have since relaxed their dress code when they changed names to Matilde (more casual) but....now they have changed back to Chez Matilde again. I just sent them an email to check...I'll let you know when I hear from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Amy~ View Post
    Last time we ate at Chez Matilde, which was a couple of years ago, the food and service was the BEST on the island. At that time, men were required to wear long pants in the dining room (shorts in the bar area were okay.) I know thay have since relaxed their dress code when they changed names to Matilde (more casual) but....now they have changed back to Chez Matilde again. I just sent them an email to check...I'll let you know when I hear from them.
    Thanks.

    I never take long pants to Aruba...so the code would make or break it.

    Can't see why men can't wear shorts if it's an option for women.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob o View Post
    Can't see why men can't wear shorts if it's an option for women.
    LOL Rob, for the most part, women's legs are much more attractive than men's chicken legs.

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