My wife and I were on vacation at Disney and decided to give Citricos a try for the first time despite having visited Disney for several years. The setting is lovely. The kitchen is open which is always a plus. The number of staff in the kitchen area was quite impressive and as a consequence, our meals came very quickly. My tenderloin ordered medium rare seemed just rare ... and we both found it too rare to fully enjoy ... we elected not to complain directly about the level of cooking (partly since I was not confident that my expectation for medium rare was accurate (though it has not generally been a problem for me elsewhere) and even though it was not overly large, I left a couple of large pieces. The tenderloin was served with a risotto and I had hoped to find the risotto delicious but I must say that it was quite disappointing (but again, it was not misrepresented so that I did not mention this to the waiter). My wife's braised ribs and the noodles and sauce that they were served with were much better tasting and she was kind enough to share a portion with me since my steak had been a bit disappointing. The tiramisu for dessert was excellent and the wine selections were also good. We will go again but I suspect that next time, I will enjoy a couple of the many interesting sounding first courses instead of a main course. Service was prompt and efficient and the kitchen staff were friendly and made a point of saying hello (though our table was right by the open kitchen). I would recommend that you give it a go but if you alre a tenderloin (fillet of beef) fan, look carefully at how it is served and make sure that you canvass with the wait staff exactly what medium, medium well, etc. means in their view.