The fish was very very salty but everything else perfect
Never disappoints. No complaints about the service. Very attentive! It is our go to restaurant! We ordered the specials for the evening. The blackened grouper and scallop in a Grand Marnier sauce was very flavorful. However, my husband thought the best meal at the table was the lamb shank in a port wine reduction sauce. The Creme brûlée is my favorite!
By far, some of the best food in the Orlando area.
The filet mignon looked more like a small thin sirloin steak, and just as tough. The cheese platter appetizer had 5 small pieces of cheese and about 8 slices of bread. The pate appetizer was not much better. Overall disappointed.
I wish I could afford to eat here every week. What a great menu. The prix fix offering was delicious, especially the lamb and the garçon's recommendation on the bordeaux spot on. The atmosphere is cozy and friendly and the chef really just wonderful when he he offered us some complimentary white port sherry. We'll be back soon!
I will definitely be back love our waiter he made us feel welcome and guided us through the menu.
Mussels were especially wonderful. Mushroom soup was so salty as to be inedible. Chicken crepe was also much too salty. Salmon was wonderful. Quiet for late lunch when there were only a few diners. Expect it could get quite loud at dinner and in the evening given all the hard surfaces.
Our Christmas Day dinner was not acceptable at Chez Vincent. Our family waited over 10 minutes for someone to seat us. In those 10 minutes, no one even acknowledged our presence. When seated, the chairs at our table had wobbly legs and the seats were wobbly as well. It appeared that no one knew who was assigned to the table. When drinks and food were brought the waiters did not know if the food was for our table or another table...very confused wait staff. The appetizers that we ordered were acceptable...foie gras, frogs legs, and escargot. The dressing for the salads was pure mayonnaise. It appeared that the chef was not really skilled in cooking French cuisine. The main courses were bland. Having eaten coq au vin several times at other restaurants both nationally and internationally, this meal was bitter and the chicken was dried out. The venison was actually an extremely small piece of meat that had a gamey flavor and was immersed in a dark, beefy, unappetizing gravy. Not quite what we had in mind when we selected this restaurant for a nice Christmas Day dinner. The desserts were not on par. The chocolate soufflé had collapsed and lacked flavor. The servers were so busy moving around tables and chairs and resetting the tables for the next day that our service was inadequate. We also noticed soiled linens piled up on the floor adjacent to the dining room near a badly stained chair seat. Not at all the environment for a fine dining restaurant. Our family always enjoys dining in our local area and rarely has a meal out that is not satisfactory. We considered not completing this survey as we believe if you cannot say something positive, say nothing at all. However, that being said, Chez Vincent needs to understand that the meal served to us was not only unsatisfactory but that the overall experience was actually unpleasant.
My family of four had reservations on Christmas for dinner. When we walked in we were ignored for several minutes until being acknowledged and finally seated.
We waited another five minutes before being acknowledged by a waiter that was extremely unpolished and used the excuse of being very busy.
Service was sporadic and overly too casual. Drinks and then food came out disjointed as 2 of us were served then a third and finally 5 minutes later the last plate arrived.
The food was good but extremely “over sauced” and the deserts were horrible. I should have known after ordering the vanilla crepe and creme brûlée and it arriving within 3 minutes that if was put together haphazardly.
This restaurant operates with a level of arrogance that thinks it is much better than reality. After several tries, we can honestly say we are done over paying and being under served.
Terrible experience,we had driven 4 hours to have dinner with our daughter on Christmas Eve,waiter(no hostess or manager present) tried to tell us that we had no reservation. Fortunately with Open Table we had proof. Then they tried to seat us in their loud low end bar/restaurant Hannibal claiming that it was the same as the quiet French restaurant that we had booked . When we protested the waiter proceeded to argue with us. When we pointed out that we had reservations he said that lots of people had reservations. Never been to a restaurant where the staff was so rude and the experience so unwelcoming.
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