Restaurant is located in the Wyndham hotel and you need to walk through the sushi bar to get there. We were seated promptly and out drink orders were taken. Bread was delivered to our table right out of the oven with a cheese spread that was savory.
We ordered raw oysters and some sushi as an appetizer and we very pleased with the quality and freshness. I highly recommend the oysters from Boston and the Spicy Tuna Roll.
Cocktails arrived and were ok if not a little overpowering.
The restaurant was not full so the noise level was fine, and the atmosphere was trendy.
Main course was excellent I had the grouper with crab stuffing and the grilled Brussels. The flavors were outstanding and the presentation was clean and neat.
Dessert was average with limited selection coffee was superb.
Parking was free and the hotel is lovely.
First of all the service and food were wonderful! Unfortunately, a table with two small children were put right beside us. The children were yelling and running all over the place. We were obviously on a date, but the parents just let them run around. It would be nice if two people come in, who have made an effort to book a reservation, that you seat them away from noisy tables (whether it be children or loud adults). We will never return to this restaurant. It wasn't an easy restaurant to find either as it was hidden in the Wyndim Resort.
Definitely falls into my classification of upscale dining. Service and food were excellent, and atmosphere was quite. Special occasion type of restaurant.
This is my third time at this restaurant. The good news? They have some very good seafood. Their crab cakes are as good as I've had. Their oysters were very fresh, and an assorted seafood appetizer plate for the table was solid. I had swordfish which I liked a lot. Others who had seafood were also pleased with their meals. Bad news? One gentleman had a steak. Asked for it medium rare. It came well done. He complained. it took 25 minutes, by which time everyone else had finished their entree, to get him another steak that was again...WELL DONE. By this time he was fed up and had lost faith that the kitchen could properly cook a steak! Also, the service is inconsistent. Restaurant wasn't very busy but we didn't get much attention. Oysters came out right away. Seafood appetizer came out like 15 minutes later. Follow-ups were rather unpredictable.
I've had good experiences in the past, but these mistakes are uncalled for at this price level. Hope they fix things cause I love some of the food.
The food and service was worth every penny. I truly enjoyed the crab cakes and Ribeye Steak. Keep up the great work.
I had a similar reaction to this restaurant that freddieg from San Francisco staff is pleasant and quite nice but the last thing we wanted was to drive to a resort hotel for our dinner. For a minute we thought we were going to end up in a Disney property as you come right into the entrance area of Disneyworld. We almost just turned around and gave up. I think Opentable and these restaurants need to be more upfront on their location.
With that disappointment out of the way, the food was excellent. Everyone loved their dinner, there was one who ate sushi, two grouper dinners and a swordfish for the fourth. We had two sides, the Brussels sprouts and whipped potatoes for our mains and raw oysters for an app along with two bottles of a very nice Sauvignon Blanc. The complaint, the value is just not there. This was an overpriced meal, we are Florida residents, were not staying at a resort but with friends we had not seen for a long time. We like good food but prefer non-chain or hotel venues. They did validate parking which was nice, so nothing bad to say about the staff, the food or the look in the restaurant. It is definitely at the high end of pricing. Expect to pay $100 per person all in for this kind of dining. Should have been closer to $70-75 for my value meter to be what I would have expected.
Located inside the hotel lobby. Remember to ask for parking wavier if you are not the hotel gust
I dined here with my siblings on the last night of our vacation and we were all very happy with what we had ordered. Several of us ordered items outside our comfort zone, and one ordered something she had never had before. Very helpful staff that checked on us without be bothersome.
Absolutely my favorite restaurant of all time. It never disappoints and the quality and service is exceptional
Atmosphere wonderful. Food very a
My company has a conference every year and we stay on the Wyndham property. This is our 3rd year and eating here is a MUST!! Absolutely the best selection of the freshest seafood. The oysters are amazing the servers are on their game.
I was torn by all the reviews I read before going and decided to try it anyway. The ambiance is very nice except that it is located in a hotel and I guess alot of people come down from their rooms looling like they just got out of bed. There was no-one there when we first arrived and it took a while to get bread and drink orders. My girl ordered the short ribs and I had the grouper special. I had a pear salad that was pretty good as well but was served with pork bellies that were very fatty. As we were waiting for our main course, I could see the open kitchen and noticing that they were searing $50 filet mignons on a grill with pam non stick spray! I instantly called my waiter over and told him what I saw and said I sure hope that they are not using ANYTHING like that on our food. He assured me that ours was prepared different and I said it was a shame that people are paying good money for food that is being made with dry cleaning chemicals. Our dishes finally came out and they were very small. Certaintly not worth the price. The potatoes and veggies that came with the entrees were barely warm. I had a grouper that was broiled and topped with crusted blue claw crab. They cooked the fish with the skin side up so unfortunately when upu ate it you had to remove the crab to peel the skin off before you age it instead of the other way around. Then again looking at the chef it was no surprise considering he looked like he came from mcdonalds. We shared a creme brulee for desert that was literally the size of a silver dollar and was disgusting and I ordered an espresso that i never got. The grouper and short ribs were very good.
Had lovely service here and very good seafood. The scallops were amazing, as was the espresso creme brûlée. We will be back!
Absolutely wonderful staff. I went with a party of 4 to celebrate a birthday and it couldn't have been any better of an experience. Our waiter Caesar was very humble,and a has a true desire to give the best service possible. The food was excellent and I couldn't come up with a single bad thing to say about this restaurant. My thanks to the entire staff for making the birthday girl feel so special!
We had a business dinner with the executive boards of our companies 7 people total. The table was well sized, so many places use tables too small to be comfortable. The noise level was comfortable to speak and hear. The wait staff was attentive but not overly. Food was fabulous and the price was reasonable. Recommend for sure.
New Year's Eve dinner was delicious and the ambiance was lovely. However, being a busy night we felt quite rushed as they wanted to turn over the table quickly. The service was great and the we had an added treat of a chocolate/interactive app treat. Food was great and everyone enjoyed.
I am not a local, but this must be one of Orlando's top 5 restaurants and perhaps its best seafood restaurant. Expensive but special and worth it, with very comfortable seating, tables well spaced, appropriate lighting, excellent service, and exquisite food. I have been lucky enough to have many special meals in many great restaurants around the world. Deep Blu ranks right up there.
Fresh seafood and oysters. Our servers were just attentive enough and even sent us a free dessert!