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Artisan�s Table is located in Orlando, Florida. The true meaning of artisan involves a skilled tradesman making something in a traditional or non-mechanized way. That describes the cuisine perfectly at this eatery. Artisan�s Table has a large dining room, bar & lounge, outdoor dining area and a private wine room, all showcasing art and furniture made by local artisans and artists.
The menu at Artisan�s Table is ever-changing to take advantage of the season�s freshest ingredients. Dinner choices might include blood orange duck breast, shrimp pasta, pan roasted salmon or blackened shrimp tacos. The burgers are exceptional, being made with short rib and brisket and topped with bacon marmalade and house made dill pickle chips. Enjoy a baked apple in puffy pastry to complete the experience.
Friday: 8:00am - 12:00am
Saturday: 9:00am - 12:00am
Sunday: 9:00am - 10:00pm
Breakfast: Open - 3:00pm
Lunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 9:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Bar Menu: 3:00pm-Close
Reservation was at 615 and from the moment we sat down it was a poor experience. The service was very slow, the restaurant ran out of food and 2 of 4 entrees came out wrong. Manager never came by and it was overall a bad experience.
Unbelievably bad. There were 60 guests in the restaurant and we couldn't get a drink. The waitress was very nice and very apologetic, but for some reason the bar was incredibly backed up. After waiting 25 minutes for a beer, I went to the bar. The bartender said "what can I get you?" and when I said "a beer" his immediate response was "there are like 25 people ahead of you ticket-wise". Why ask me what I want if you can't give it to me? The food came (finally) and while some dishes were good, my steak was entirely underdone, and the potatoes weren't weren't cooked. At all. If you are a looking for a bad steak with raw potatoes cooked in lukewarm sour cream, this is your place. Otherwise, skip it. There are plenty of good options elsewhere. Worst dining experience I've ever had.
Great food and ambiance. Our server seemed to be a little disconnected, multiple times passed by without checking if we needed anything and I did need another drink. Finally got it but was nearly done with dinner.
Move to their new place on Church has ruined the ambiance. Food was greasy and some of us got ill from the food. Won’t be back
Went on a Tuesday around 7. The restaurant was not busy by any means, which was nice, except for the fact that they seated us (two people) right next to a 14 person party. My only complaint of the night and not truly much of an issue. Service was attentive and quick, specialty cocktails were delicious, and the food was incredible. Would absolutely go again and will definitely recommend to friends.
Artisan's Table used to be my favorite restaurant in downtown Orlando. Now it's a noisy sports bar.
The service was incredibly slow. We had to ask for our server to come by our table multiple times. We were just left alone for very long periods of time. The drinks took a long time to arrive as well. And the drink order was messed up twice. The appetizers were delicious and the entrees were just good. The drinks were good as well. But with the slow service it made the experience poor. We felt like we were being ignored. This wasn’t our first time at Artisans Table, and were disappointed with the evening this visit.
Perfect place for a date night! Excellent Happy Hour pricing and selections for drinks and appetizers.
A new, larger site and the good cuisine travelled well. Exec chef, Monica, runs a very good kitchen. The salmon entrée was prepared perfectly as was the burger which at $12 is the best deal on Church St. A new item, short ribs poutine, is a meal for two or one hungry diner. Very tasty and filling! The place has a good wine and beer list with reasonable prices. A very good spot to dine prior to or after a Magic, Lions, or Mad Cow event.
My daughter and I really enjoyed Artisans Table. I appreciate healthy but flavorful food and this fit the bill (daughter a little less discerning about the healthy part; but she appreciates good food). The ingredients were fresh and the wait person was a delight. She aimed to please and did so greatly!
Since they’ve moved the service has gotten even slower. I’ve been twice in the last couple weeks and both times we stood at the hostess stand for a ridiculously long time when the restaurant was full of open tables. It was so bad that a line formed out the door both times. The food is still good and I like the new location, but it’s really noisy. So, overall, probably won’t go back for a while. Seems like they need to work through a few kinks.
Stellar menu with a large variety that would appeal to anyone, including vegetarians, gluten free and vegans. Food was served quickly and the service was excellent.
The food is good, but tends to be barely warm when served. Has happened on two separate occasions, both being pasta dishes.
An unusual experience but they recently moved locations so hopefully just working through adjustments.
Wonderful food as always. Baked feta is to die for. We sampled the shrimp pasta, spare ribs, crispy chicken and the salmon, all were excellent. New location is nice and airy and there is an outside patio area. We've been coming to AT ever since Dr Phillips Center opened and have never been unhappy with any meal we've had. We'll be back!
We enjoyed a delicious meal with friends outside.
Nancy and Walter Witt
I showed the girl that greeted me, And where I was parking , she said no problem . I got a ticket! Not pleased with that.
The food, incredible as usually. Very prompt, in fact our appetizer beat our drink orders out by several minutes. Waiter did. It stop by to check, we had to find our waiter to get our drinks. Service is usually more balanced
This is my third time overall to Artisans Table and maybe it is because of their upcoming move, but the food was not good. My wife's duck was overcooked (and was prepared to the chef's specifications), her mash potatoes were very salty. My chicken was OK, but the basil in my basil rice was so overwhelming that i could not eat it.
The homemade chips and dip were the highlight of the evening.
My husband have been to Artisans before and thought it would be an ideal restaurant to have dinner before going to see Hamilton at Dr. Phillips. We ordered the Brussels sprouts shareable and that was very good. My husband order a fried chicken entree that had the taste and smell of anise all over the chicken and rice. I ordered the Quinoa bowl which lacked flavor. We both were very disappointed with our meals. We moved onto dessert and ordered the chocolate cake. It took 30 minutes for the slice of cake to come out. Our server was very nice and although she did not charge for the cake it did not make up for the meals. It's a shame but we will have to definitely think twice before visiting your new location at 55 Church St.
Worst dining experience in Orlando, rude hostes
horrible food, bad smell inside the restaurant.
Despite having a full house, we were seated at our reservation time. Service was not quite up to its usual standards, but still good and allowed us to get out and to the theater on time. Our server took the initiative to offer coffee to go to which was needed but was appreciated. Food was delicious and up to its usual standards. We have tried other restaurants but this is our go to before the theater at Dr. Phillips. They provide a 10% discount. Try the brussel sprouts - YUMMY and great portions to share!
Food and drinks were very good. We arrived early enough to take advantage of Happy Hour. The fried Brussels Sprouts and Pimento Deviled Eggs were really tasty. Shrimp and Grits was the special and it was delicious. The shrimp was nice and tender and the grits were very creamy.
I made my reservation on OpenTable and then received texts and emails from Yelp with incorrect dates for reservation. I did also receive my expected OpenTable email. I called the restaurant and they were not sure why I received the Yelps email and texts. I called the restaurant and they did have my correct reservation so all was good.
I made a reservation for myself and 7 friends. We were going to the AMWAY Center afterwards. A few had been there with me before, the rest were newbies. Everyone loved their meal. The food was fresh and interesting. We were in a little room, which made it quieter. The waiter was attentive and personable. All in all, it was an excellent experience.
We had a 5:15 reservation. We were seated quickly but the waitress did not come to our table until 25 minutes later to our drink orders and that too almost 30 minutes! The restaurant was not packed. We decided to order our food and second round of food. Guess what the food took 45 minutes or more!
This was not the waitress fault she try to apologize and gave us a discount of the meal which we appreciate.
We had a reservation for 5pm, 7 people. Very nice waitress, order taken, drinks received. 30minutes later, appetizers received, 30 minutes from there 2 dinners received. Twenty minutes later we were told they ran out of meatloaf ( when we ordered we were one of two tables occupied) . Annoyed we reordered, finally food arrives. We now need to choke it down, we have a time constraint. Oh, did I mention my burger I ordered was cold! One person in our party asked to speak with the manager who, as she should, took responsibility for everything. By the way, the manager comes out in jeans and a tee shirt! So all checks were discounted 50%. In a nutshell, poorly run restaurant, chef does not know how to order proper amounts of food (which is sad because what we did get was very tasty). Will not go back, ever
There were five of us. Four of us had seafood and each of the four meals was superior. The fifth in our party had the pork. Although he enjoyed it, it was overdone, We ordered wine by the glass and cocktails. They were all excellent. Our server was great. Attentive but not overbearing. We had show tickets and we were concerned about time, but the staff assured us that it would be no problem, and it wasn't. I would highly recommend Artisan's Table to anyone who has tickets for an event at Dr. Phillips.
Pre-game dinner with family.
We enjoyed a nice meal with our friends. The atmosphere was very conducive to chatting and catching up on things. Our server was polite and accommodating. The food was delicious too. All-in-all, it was a great experience dining here.
Dish was good but lacked more of main ingredient. Balance of shrimp to noodle ratio was lacking. Wine was a 8/10 for its flavor on malbec 2016.
We loved the shrimp carbonara. Quinoa bowl lacked flavor. Service was just ok. Prices are great for location and food quality though.
Let me just say that Colin (our server) was beyond amazing and make our experience unforgettable.
The food was awesome and the ambiance was great. Thank you very much and specially to Colin
We came for a late dinner and ordered burgers and drinks. The burgers were delicious; the bacon jam was an excellent condiment and made the sandwich! Everything was good all the way around...got seated right away, service was good and food was tasty. Will definitely visit again.
Excellent service and amazing food. My only complaint is that I don't know how the kitchen is set up but your clothes smell like food when you leave.
I was a bit disappointed. Everyone’s meal was just ok. The steaks were over cooked. Kids didn’t like the Mac and cheese. Will not go back. I was really expecting much more in terms of taste.
Appetizer was amazing! Main course needed more seasoning. Fish was fresh and cooked perfectly, but was bland.
We ate here before going to see a show at Dr Phillips center. I had eaten here before for both dinner and lunch, but hadn't been there in a while. I had the cod and it was delicious. The location is great if you're going to a show downtown. The service was great as well.
Always great food, they change the menu often