One of many, many restaurants on the International Drive "strip" in Orlando. Surprisingly courtious service, none of the false bonhemie so customery of european restaurants. The menu is sufficiently varied and sufficiently contained to give the impression that the chef knows what he's trying to do. Our partly of 5 had various entree dishes and all the found to be excellent. My filet Maignon was cooked medium slightly rare just as I had asked and the quantity of food is spare for American standards. In other words, plently, but none left over. The six home made desserts are however huge, definately to be shared between at least two. Whilst we diodn't have to wait to be seated, if you do have to wait, the clothes shop alongside is worth a visit.
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