The cold hard truth is that this restaurant is at Disney World. So there were a lot of kids running around and screaming. It's not going to be a real fine dining experience. The ambiance is a bit off. I think every kid that entered the restaurant had to stick their hand into the waterfall fountain in the front... I realize I sound like a curmudgeon, but it’s one of the fancier places at Disney. They charge a lot for food and have tried to make the ambiance hip and sexy. It comes off as a playground instead.
The menu was ok. There were some raw bar options and appetizers. The entrees were a bit limited. They had about 5 kinds of fish. I had been expecting more shellfish and other options. I had the Cesar salad with a poached egg and the fish of the day, which was a triple tail. Both were great. The portions were smaller, but the food was good. The fish was cooked perfectly and came with an amazing lemony sauce. The prices were a little high, but once again that is Disney. All in all, one of the better meals available at Disney World.