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About Urban Tide
Step into the modern ambiance of Urban Tide at Hyatt Regency Orlando, with sophisticated settings and views of the Grotto Pool. Indulge in a menu stocked with seafood delicacies as well as meat and vegetarian dishes, with seasonal favorites elevated by bold flavors. Enjoy fresh fare for lunch or dinner!
Orlando, FL 32819
Seafood, American, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
Breakfast: 6 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays
Breakfast: 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Private Dining Room available for parties of 20 or less and larger parties can be accommodated in the main dining room as space allows. Please contact us at 407.345.4532 for further details.
Small private dining room seats up to 20 people for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For larger parties, please contact us at 407.345.4532.
Urban Tide Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant was practically empty on Valentine's day. The guitar player was a nice touch but the restaurant was very sterile when he took his breaks.
The food was average especially for a menu that seemed to be adventurous. My opinion is that the prices are way to high for the meal you receive.
I was disappointed with the service. The server did not seem to be happy to be working and was just going through the motions.
I also was not happy to find out that the restaurant reported me to open table for not showing up for my reservation when I did in fact dine there. Open Table was gracious enough to get back with the restaurant.
Also don't forget to get your parking validate or you will be paying $25 for parking. The hostess and server did not mention this. I luckily thought to ask.
Food was excellent. Come with a big appetite because portions were huge. Specializes in seafood which excellent. Hotel restaurant atmosphere. Parking was not easy to find and was quite a walk to get to. Located in Hayatt so the atmosphere was more business/hotel. It wasn’t crowded by any means but we were seated next to the cash register so we had constant wait staff traffic. Overall a good place if you want good seafood.
My husband and I stayed at the Hyatt Regency for the ACG convention and were THRILLED with Urban tide. Not only was the food outstanding, but the cocktails were unique and tasty! I would highly recommend this restaurant if you are staying at the Hyatt, or just looking for a top-notch meal experience!
I think the only reason I don't give this place 5 stars is because nobody is perfect. However, I came here while visiting Orlando and what a find! I would imagine it's usually very busy and loud in this very large restaurant with a club type atmosphere, nestled in a Hyatt hotel. But I caught it on a slow night during the week, so probably had special attention. The cheddar biscuits are to die for! I doubt they could be better elsewhere. The appetizer I had was brisket in a skillet with queso fresco and tomato, and little corn muffin tops on the side. It was large enough for an entree. But the entree of salmon, mashed yucca, and asparagus was just as wonderful. Everything was savory and had a great combination of flavor. A dessert that came with the special menu was a dark chocolate covered mini cake with peach and chocolate mousse inside. The meal was a gastronomic delight. The service was great, but again, a very slow night. Prices were average for the meal, but the Magical menu was the best, with a 3 course meal for about the same price as an entree on the regular menu and the portions are the same. A must try for sure. If I dare visit Orlando again, Urban Tide will be on the list.
I ordered a half dozen raw oysters that the server said were brought in from Connecticut. For an appetizer costing a whopping $18, I expected some rather spectacular oysters! The ones that were delivered to the table were disappointingly tiny, one so small that I was sure it was the residue left after the oyster was removed from the shell. I pointed it out to the server, not wanting to be critical of her because she was an excellent waitress. But I mentioned it so that she could tell the chef. Minutes later, she did return with three extra oysters, but still very small in size. My mom and I each had a salad that was delicious, but everything we ordered (except the cheddar biscuits) was pretty much overpriced.
This joint was in our hotel. If it wasn't for the fact that the managaer and waitress were so nice I would have given it a lower rating. Food was horrible. Sent back a dish (chicken too dry). And another friend sent their back as food came out cold. I feel bad leaving a lower review as the place did try their best to take care of us but even with excellent service if food isn't right it's hard to praise. I will say this, desserts are limited BUT there is another place I hotel that serves amazing desserts and the waiter and manager did bring us an array of desserts from this other place. So they do try hard to make things right. Might give them one more chance.
We were in town for a convention and staying at this hotel (Hyatt Regency Orlando), and we chose this restaurant for convenience to have lunch with a local relative. We did not want to wander too far because time was constrained, so we chose this place not having high expectations. However, we were pleasantly surprised.
It is located a level down from the lobby in a quiet corner with a view out to the garden and pool. The offerings are imaginative and tasty, and the service efficient and attentive. We had a great lunch.
We had a business lunch and a business dinner here. The food is well prepared, but it just seems unimaginative--that is true of Florida in general, though. The lunch salads were good. For dinner, I had shrimp and grits, but it lacked a light touch--the cheese was just sprinkled on the grits like breakfast grits. The service was good, and the value was pretty good for a hotel restaurant. We were surprised that the restaurant was half empty for dinner, given that it's a 1600-room hotel.
Wonderful for dining with friends...Quiet with attentive but non-intrusive service and wonderful food. We rarely dine in a hotel's restaurant opting instead for neighborhood jewels. This was a wonderful surprise in Orlando's Hyatt Hotel next to the Convention Center
The restaurant was expensive with a very unusual menu. We had the deep fried whole fish for two. Plenty of food but not a very attractive presentation and we did not enjoy the meal. We had a challenge making a selection from the menu, so we settled on the fish. I suggest you look at the menu before your visit.
Because it was the builder's show, it was a challenge making a last minute reservation at the other restaurants, we settled on this restaurant. Should have know better!
The wait staff were great, super friendly and quick to ensure we were happy. The reason for a lower review on the food is the crab cakes were very dry and overall mealy with crumbs/dough and there was cilantro in the octopus, which I can't stand. Otherwise an excellent experience!
Oh, and another thing, if your not staying at the hotel the parking garage charges $22 so keep that in mind.
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