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by dinning round
February 2, 2010
by Jenn F
October 21, 2009
February 17, 2006
From journal Disney World
Raleigh, North Carolina
March 25, 2006
From journal Disney World Dining
October 11, 2005
From journal Newbie Trip to Walt Disney World
March 16, 2005
The dishes varied form Asian-fusion, gourmet, new American, Italian, and general creativity by the famous chef.
I had a ravioli dish--can't remember the exact name.
From journal Orlando = Disney + More!!!
November 14, 2004
From journal Orlando with the Girls
October 9, 2004
From journal Relaxing inOrlando
by Michael Green
New York, New York
January 8, 2008
From journal Orlando: Multitasking Never Tasted So Good
Merritt Island, Florida
May 13, 2006
The exterior of the restaurant is semi-modern. That's the best way I can describe it. Multi-colored tiles surround the door and there is an outdoor seating area if you want to eat outside. When you walk in, you see an open air kitchen which is great to watch. There's a large stair case which leads to the dinning room which opens after 6pm. The cafe downstairs has a bar in which you can sit and watch your meal being made. It also has a fresh sushi bar and multi-layered seating areas with booths and tables.
The staff is very helpful. The hostess brought me to my table. And my waiter was very kind. He, I sadly do not recall his name, was great. He asked a question that I had never been asked before—do I have any food allergies. Even though I don't, I thought this was a great question.
I ordered a Chicken Panini (which came with french fries) and a Cosmo for lunch. The Cosmo is to die for. Also included in lunch is fresh bread that tasted like it had basil baked in it. It also came with olive oil for dipping. The total cost came to about $22 which is a little higher than I normally pay, but it was a great change of pace.
I would recommend this place at least once.
From journal One Day In Downtown Disney (Orlando)