I went with a couple of my business friends during my recent stay in Orlando. If fact, one of my friends hosted our dinner at Siro. We ordered Foccacia bread ($4),house-baked bread with olive oil and Sicilian sea salt, which was good to start with. Followed later North Atlantic mussels steamed with Pinot Gligio sauce and grilled country toast ($12), Artichokes shaved and marinated in lemon juice, dusted with flour and fried ($8), Ripe tomatoes ($8) (local hydroponically grown heirloom tomatoes) with ricotta salata, mint, basil and chives. One of my friends ordered Veal Saltimbocca ($24) (thinly pounded veal lined with Prosciutto and Sage served with Rapini) and the other friend sampled NY Strip ($29) (Manhattan cut served over roasted potatoes, onions and mushrooms). I ordered for myself Half Rack of Lamb ($32) (roasted with tomato squash, salad and mushroom demi) which tasted superbly good!! We had a great accompaniment - Ruffino 'Ducale Oro' Chianti Classico Riserva ($86), a dry,full-bodied wine with heavy tannin, nice balance of fruit with a moderate high acidity.
Overall, good ambiance, great food and excellent service although it seemed a bit pricey. However, it is worth considering the quality time spent in the company of my dearest friends!
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