Apollo's Bistro in Tampa serves up American specialties prepared with fresh ingredients. The restaurant is casual with a hint of the upscale, offering lunch and dinner with craft beers, cocktails and wine in a family-friendly environment.
Guests can start the meal at Apollo's Bistro with an appetizer like the seared tuna, loaded bistro chips, mini pork shanks and more. Burger offerings on the menu are prepared with prime aged or Kobe beef and cooked to your specifications. Entrées at Apollo's Bistro include chicken picatta, grilled rib eye, mango shrimp and more. The restaurant also offers banquet facilities with personalized attention for every group or meeting.
Poor service and the restaurant was filthy. If an inspector went there I'm sure it would be shut down. It was possibly the worst dining experience I've ever had!! Just terrible
This place is located in a tennis club, so don't be turned off by that. The table we had overlooked a court, but the ambience was just tight. The food was delicious, one of us had the fish special, which was superb. The drinks were reasonably priced. The wait staff were great. All in al a hidden gem which we recommend you try
Food was superb! Low key place for a great dinner.
I have been at the restaurant twice already and the food is awesome, very well cooked and seasoned. However, the menu is very limited, you only have one choice of chicken, one of beef, one of fish as entrée. I'm sure they will be very successful if the menu has a little bit more variety. Also, the layout/colors of the restaurant are kind of odd and not inviting, the tables in the back are very dark (you feel being in a dungeon!), but still I'll come back.
Waited for an hour for our food, and waitress didn't even come by and let us know what was going on.
My wife and I went on Valentine's Day. The food was very good. The service was terrible. Our server took over 20 minutes to visit our table for the first time, then another 20 to bring bread. Offered to refill our drinks, then never did (another server stopped by, refilled them and made disparaging comments about our server). Our server seemed more interested in waiting on the 5 top of old people than on me and my wife. Too bad for her, we both work in restaurants and tip a lot better than people on social security, when the service isn't noticeably awful. We can distinguish between when it's busy, and when your server is just ignoring you. We would have left in the first 30 minutes if we thought we could get a table anywhere else.