Had not eaten here for 5 years when it was one of the best places to eat in Disneyworld. We booked back in November for a birthday celebration and had been increasingly concerned with poor reviews, but kept the reservation due to our past five star experience.
The service was generally good, apart from a 20min wait for our bill.
The main complaint was the quality of the food compared to how much we paid for it. The base ingredients were of high quality but were all ruined by having too many other strong, rich flavours added. They also have no condiments available on the tables?
I had the scallops for starter and sirloin steak for entree.
The scallops were large and juicy but had a crunchy topping and too many sauces surrounding the dish. The steak was again good quality, but had far too many additional strong flavours covering the meat.
My wife had the cheese soup and the tilefish which she was really looking forward to, but was disappointed with both. The cheese soup was just too rich and had the flavour ruined by bacon pieces. The fish was tasty but really small and again had it's flavour smothered by rich sauces.
We shared a portion of poutine, which were basically fries smothered with cheese and a red wine jus, that was just too intense. Plain fries, rice or potato would have been a much better option to compliment the rich flavours from the entrees, but we're not available on the menu.
The best part of the meal was a very nice bottle of rose wine.
The seating is far too close for a fine dining restaurant, as we had a large family with 6 young children seated right next to us.
Our overall bill was $190 and we definitely felt that we had wasted our money.
If your looking for a great fine dining experience at Disneyworld, visit 'Artist Point' at Wilderness Lodge.