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“Pricey but Tasty”

Siro Urban Italian Kitchen
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Ranked #242 of 3,898 Restaurants in Orlando
Price range: $40 - $50
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Description: Siro is an urban Italian kitchen offering a modern take on traditional Italian cuisine. You’ll fall in love with the industrial ambience of Siro which will transport you to a place where the company is good and the food is fresh.
Reviewed May 16, 2013

Stopped in here for dinner while staying at the Marriott Orlando World Center hotel. It was a bit early for dinner, so the place was not too crowded, but noise level is still moderate as it's open to the hotel lobby area. Food here is served tapas style, so portions are on the smaller side. For dinner, I went with the half order of Fettuccini Carbonara and some Focaccia bread with tiramusi for dessert, which is served in a slightly larger than usual shot glass. The half order of pasta was a bit smaller than I was thinking it would be, but in the end, it allowed me to have room for dessert. Overall, the meal was very good. With my dessert, I ordered coffee, which is french press only. In addition to the coffee, you also get chocolate and vanilla shavings, brown sugar, and little chocolate chips that you can add to your coffee. I've not seen this before, but absolutely loved it! Service was excellent and although prices are a bit on the high side, I would eat here again.

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SiroTeam, Manager at Siro Urban Italian Kitchen, responded to this reviewResponded May 17, 2013

Thank you GigemAggie for your post and feedback on service and menu items and sizing. We will be sure to take that back to the team and celebrate the successes of good service and food with our team and work on the concerns on portion sizing that you had.

Thank you again for your review and we look forward to seeing you again at Siro soon!

Lindsey Smith
Siro Restaurant Manager

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Reviewed May 8, 2013

The wait staff is exceptionally friendly, knowledgeable and professional. Things get whacky after that. The waitress successfully upsold us some focaccia bread, which most fine dinning places include with an entrée, for an additional $4. Okay, but what arrived was not a loaf of bread but five thin slices of focaccia four inches long. As the table had no olive oil, salt or pepper we requested each for the bread. A tiny serving of olive oil with balsamic arrive on a shallow plate after five minutes accompanied with some parm cheese, sea salt in a tiny ramekin with salt grains the size of tiny Frisbees and no pepper. We ordered theCarbonara served with home made fettuccini. It turned out to be more like alfredo with too much cream and cheese and too little pancetta and egg. When asked if we could get some freshly ground black pepper for the entrée, she arrived with a small pepper grinder seemingly purchased from the clearance shelf at Marshalls. Because of the better than average pasta, I would give the Carbonara a kindly 7 out of 10. Again, the setting is warm and very friendly but the restaurant gives an upscale feel yet does not deliver. While attending a conference and still confined to the Marriott complex we again stopped by Siro the following night and had the Margarita pizza. For $14, this proved to be the best choice. The $8 draft beer and high wine prices are discouraging but I guess you have to look at it like eating at the airport- They know you are trapped and must pay for the convenience. We did.

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Reviewed May 1, 2013

We dined while staying at the nearby Royal Palms. The restaurant had apparently just opened and the service and food evidenced that fact. The beet salad was passable, The pizza was soggy with little flavor to the sauce or cheese. It could have been frozen. The sweetbreads preparation was inedible. It appeared as an amorphous lump of grey matter deep fried in some type of very salty coating. I sent it back and the was not charged for it. There are much better Italian offerings in this neighborhood such as La Luce at the Hilton to waste you time at Siro.

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Reviewed April 27, 2013

We tried this place when we first got to the resort and were tired from long travelling day.

The staff was very friendly as they were with the rest of the resort. The menu didn't have explanations on what each dish was. My wife and I had to have the waitress explain each one to us. She was very nice, but had a thick accent and was hard to understand.

Very good food, but expensive, as all restaurants in the World Marriott Resort.

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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Ate a light dinner here....food was well prepared and tasty. Beware of the upsell on the wine (from 6 to 9 oz)...cost $16.50!

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