Excellent dinning for the Marriott
After traveling all day I did not feel like getting back into the car for dinner. It was quiet for a Wednesday
I was the only one in the Resturant.
They had a great selection and the Ny Strip was excellent
What a hype. School cafeteria properly better by comparison.
The plating was esthetically pleasing but the food was a little over cooked and very salty. The concept of farm to table is a nice concept but not much to choose from. Also he brought out the wrong dish but was more then apologetic and gave us the wrong plate for free and brought out the dish we wanted at no cost. Took awhile for th me correct dish. Price is a little steep for the quality I thought.
We were there on a quiet night, so we didn't get a complete sense of the real atmosphere of Crimson Tavern, but the food was great and the service was very professional, attentive and friendly.
Crimson Tavern is in a hotel, but don't let that worry you. It's a true gastro pub - the food is high quality and interesting, the hand-crafted cocktails are great, and the service is very friendly. If you are a local, they will validate your parking.
We were a group of 6 family members. Our server took very good care of us and came by frequently to see if we needed anything. The staff knew the menu well and made excellent recommendations. The food was very good, fresh and hot. There were great comfort food appetizers. The drinks were good but pricy.
For hotel food it was fine, but not as a destination restaurant.
On our final day in Orlando, we chose the Crimson Tavern for a large lunch, hoping to enjoy a nourishing, filling meal before our flight home with our daughter at dinnertime.
We found the Crimson Tavern listed in a list of Farm-to-table restaurants in Orlando, and chose it for its proximity to the airport. Parking is free for diners (get a validated ticket from your waitress).
After a big morning of packing and the hustle of getting to the airport, the filling, delicious food at the Crimson Tavern really hit the spot, and we were able to only lightly snack on the flight, on the road home, and finally back at our apartment. No need for airport food or cooking upon arrival home!
My husband and daughter enjoyed the affordable burger, and I had a main--the trout. Everything was delicious, and we liked the roomy booths. It was a modern, attractive spot with pleasant staff.
A five minute drive down to the airport made it a stress-free afternoon.
We drove from Jensen Beach to Orlando to have lunch with a friend who lives in Vermont and had been visiting Disney for the week. So it was kind of a special occasion as we don't get to see her often. Also, I have a Golden retriever service dog. The restaurant couldn't have been nicer or more cooperative. The service was very attentive and friendly and the food was yummy. Highly recommended!
Seriously! Can you get more greedy?
Your place doesn't warrant this level of markup!!
Sorry, I won't be back, despite the good service!
Magical Dining led me to this restaurant and I am glad that I went. The Pork Porterhouse is delicious. Tender and smoky tasting. The chicken pot pie is everything you want in a pot pie. Tasty flaky crust and tender chicken meat. The mussels were the largest I have ever had. The homemade donuts were yummy!
We were on layover at MCO. This is right in the Marriott, so we decided to try it. Awesome. Craft beer and great food. First review I've written. Awesome.
The food here is incredible. Most of the veggies and herbs are grown on site in the chef's own garden. There was even a BBQ going on by the pool with a band playing.
The Tavern itself seems newly renovated, very modern, cool, and welcoming.
The NY strip steak and the knickerbocker was my favorite.
I tried the Honduran Hurricane cocktail, how refreshing! This drink apparently took first in a city wide competition this year.
The whole experience was great.
This restaurant is inside the Marriott in a section of Orlando that is all corporate hotels and chain restaurants. In this sea of pre-fab food like Sonny's Barbecue, Bonefish Grill, and other national chain restaurants, Crimson Tavern is an oasis. What the name Crimson Tavern fails to tell is that they have a nice selection of "small plates," like short rib empanadas, beef carpaccio and carrot salad, lamb sausage and potatoes... Essentially tapas, but nouvelle-fusion cuisine rather than spanish. We made a meal entirely from small plates. The only complaint was that service was kind of slow. It would have been even better if they had brought us the plates as they were ready, or 2-3 at a time, instead of all 6 together at once as they did.
The menu is too limited and some of the items are overpriced.
Crimson Tavern excels in delivering fresh, flavorful and inventive cuisine. A major reason is the sizable chef’s garden, far more than herbs and chives many restaurants maintain, they rotate crops seasonally to have the freshest vegetables available for the changing menu. From tapas and small plates to seafood and steaks, they blend to present truly impressive flavors. The one drawback is the limited menu, but daily specials offer a broader variety than the standard menu suggests.
It is a bit pricy, but not outrageous and certainly worth the flavor. Service was outstanding, attentive and knowledgeable. Ambiance is quiet and relaxed, very comfortable.
Not great. Pricey. Server was enthusiastic. Provided parking validation for an otherwise $12 parking. Food was just ok.