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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
My wife ordered a simple Ceasar salad ... the croton were old and stale the romaine looked old and the sushi I ordered was lame... some funky green sauce over some rice and topped with a tiny portion of untastey sushi..then after 1 hour waiting on our main entry we left...
I was staying at the Hyatt for a conference and ate at Urban Tide for two lunches. The first lunch I ordered off the menu. The potato and leek soup was great and crab cakes pretty good. The second lunch I had the market fresh salad bar and it was sub par. If you eat at urban tide, my recommendation is to order off the menu.
food was excellent, although a bit pricy. Has amazing roasted Brussel sprouts, Grouper cheeks and risotto. Others in the party had swordfish and red snapper, both were excellent. However service was quite disappointing for the caliber of food and the prices.
We were excited to eat here, but that excitement turned quickly to disappointment once we tasted the food. Two of the three main dishes were barely salted and were very bland. The soup, however, had too much salt ... so there was definately a seasoning issue going on here. The one main dish that was good, was very good - it was a seafood medley of sorts. Two of the three of us did not like the food at all and would not recommend. Either the chef was having an off day, or this restaurant was hyped up too much. The service was excellent and the atmosphere was very nice.
The food was really great and they were very accommodating to my door allergies (no gluten, no dairy). They have a lot of GF options already labeled on the menu and they adapted those to also be DF for me. I had lunch there twice and dinner once while staying at the Hyatt and was obviously really pleased with all my meals. If you give them 24-hours notice then can make anything GF for you- including the desserts. So at dinner I ordered the lemon merangue pie to pick up the following evening before going to the airport- it was excellent.
Not a good value. Overpriced with very limited menu choices. Wine selection by the glass very limited. Least expensive wine was $8.25/glass and I sent it back because I already had water on the table. Next glass was excellent, but at $16 a glass...really!!! Total bill for 2 came to $160 and it was just so so. Not even any bread for the table so we bought some biscuits. Many fine restaurants in the area that would be better choices.
Let's begin with the negative so that we may end on a good note. We chose this restaurant because 2 1/2 weeks out from Valentine's day our choices were limited. We were staying at the Hyatt, so it was convenient and had received some decent reviews, though it appears to be fairly new. Upon arrival we were famished having worked a trade-show all day and eaten nothing up to this point. The drinks were poured well. The appetizers suggested by the server were amazing! Ahi tuna and ceviche, both refreshingly unique, prepared beautifully. My husband ordered the filet, medium rare, assured by our server that a knife to cut it would not be necessary as it is THAT tender. I ordered the sea bass. His steak was destroyed. It was cooked to a true medium well temp. He is not the type to send back food EVER, but having pointed out that not only is this special occasion (Valentine's) he rarely orders steak and it is $45.00 for the cut alone. He finally acquiesced to send it back to the kitchen. My food was acceptable but not great. The fish was slightly overcooked, but I was happy enough and willing to overlook because the sauces were pretty delicious. At this point we are sharing the sides, fire roasted beets as well as balsamic glazed brussels sprouts, both pretty tasty. We have finished our cocktails and I am out of water. My husband began to pick at his steak (as I mentioned before we were hungry!), and I began to look for our server to return to us to check in. We never saw him again during the course of our dinner. We ate what we were going to, stacked our plates, and looked at our empty drink glasses. After a few minutes someone swept everything off the table. Our server returned with a dessert menu and our check. We declined dessert and winced at the bill. We have no problem paying top dollar when warranted, but at $200 and for the quality and level of service offered, this was a disappointing dinner to say the least. We will not be back. It was not even busy!
My wife and I were meeting a long time business partner and we wanted somewhere with a nice atmosphere, but quiet enough where we could here ourselves talk. We picked the perfect place for this. The food was great, the service was great and the conversation went well. We were staying at the Hyatt, so it made it that much easier for us. Definitely would recommend.
We went for Thanksgiving, largely because so many places were closed and this was one of only a few options. It was very good, not knock you socks off good. The food was all a little salty, but with a good depth of flavor and a good level of creativity. Not a great value, but not a rip-off...it was about $300 all in for four people.
The food was outstanding! The menu was a little"fancy" and I was concerned that my guests would be overwhelmed. Our waiter walked us through it like a tour guide. Everyone's mouth was watering when he was done! Our group of 10 chose the Taste of the Valley appetizer towers, 5 small plates selected daily. Mushroom ravioli, mussels in coconut broth, ahi tuna tartare, skewer of buffalo meat & heirloom tomatoes with bufalo mozorella.
Most folks chose the Chiopino or the filet and everyone loved their dishes so much they begged others to taste. I had the buffalo short ribs and asked that they be served over their Georgia grits. OMG! I was in heaven.
The Hyatt Regency valet staff was marvelous and I was pleasantly surprised when told that valet parking is free when you have lunch at the restaurant. The restaurant was very busy with business lunch guests on a schedule, but that did not stop the wait staff from providing polite and attentive service. Each of the 4 entrees ordered by our table was prepared perfectly.
My friends and I have not dined at Napa before. There were 4 of us. The service was fantastic. The restaurant is beautifully decorated. The food was absolutely delicious. The salad was fresh and the main course was cooked to perfection. Dessert was a tasty delight!
We arrived with Derrick (DeWreck) valeting out car. He was a huge delight and helped us start our night great! Then we arrived to Napa and the hostess was well informed and took us to our prepared table immediately. The food was wonderful and so was the wine. But the service is what topped it off. Allen is a personable and well informed waiter. We will be back just to see him!!
2 hours from being seated to finally leaving. 3 courses, 2 diners - no excuse for 2 hours. The place wasn't even 1/3rd full! And, 2 of the items on the menu (the 2 my companion wanted) were unavailable. With all the choices in the area, we certainly won't be going back.
We celebrated our wedding Anniversary here and it was a very memorable evening. The food was outstanding and the service was the same we were not rushed at all and our Table had a nice view. I had requested a certain type of Champagne to be on the table chilled when we arrived and it was. Great Experience. We will definitely visit again
The restaurant is set inside the Grand Hyatt but is not your typical hotel restaurant. It is very upscale, with a great ambiance. The staff was wonderful and very attentive. The food came out relatively quickly, and all three courses that we had were very delicious, but I wouldn't say the best that I ever had. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice, romantic meal! They made are anniversary memorable for all the right reasons!
We've dined here many times and this was unfortunately the least desirable.
Great wine list but food quality and taste left a lot to be desired.
Ahi was so fishy it was inedible and the smoky flavor in the cioppino was overpowering. The experience was sub-par at best.
The chef at Napa has mastered the art of combining flavor without overpowering. The tasteful eclectic mix of herbs in the entrees were near perfection. The California Wine country selections paired with fresh Florida farm raised meats and local seafood offerings were unbeatable!
While attending a conference earlier this week I had to the opportunity to dine alone for lunch one afternoon (outside) and with friends another evening (inside). Both times my servers were exemplary (especially Rafael!) and the food was fresh and flavorful. There's a great wine list and the servers know their menus well. We brought along a 6 yr old to dinner and he was immediately taken care of with such great attention and care, that my friend and I could immediately relax and catch up without concern. I saw groups and singles dining here alike and everyone seemed to be enoying themselves as much as I was.
Napa is a great choice for Lunch when at the Orange County Convention Center. Went twice for working lunches. Excellent food. Quick service (about an hour including the walk from the West Concourse). The Fish Tacos were great! Highly recommend Napa at the Hyatt. A little difficult to find, all the way to the left and down stairs from the check-in lobby, close to the pool.
I arranged for several lunches there over several days for my staff to meet with others during a medical conference. Being greeted by the receptionist rarely happened in under 3-5 minutes. Bar staff just barely acknowledged us and only when we called out. I know they can be busy during medical conferences but they should have adequate staff for the lunch-time rushes (and we always book in advance of the rush). No option but to go there; food is great, service/welcome is less than stellar.
Recently visited Napa for a date night out. The food was superb, lobster Mac and cheese was full of lobster. Tuna with Avacado was rich and creamy and the crunch of the sesame lavash was a great addition. The filet was cooked perfectly along with the roasted bone marrow. And the salmon was melt in your mouth tender, and the crab "soufflé" was heavenly. The server, Allen, was delightful. Very knowledgable about the menu and the wine menu. He guided us flawlessly through our evening. When we ordered appetizers and entrees we told him to pair us his recommendations for wine, and they were spot on. The restaurant was clean and quiet and it was a wonderful evening. The only oddity was the music, didn't seem to fit with the theme.