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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
Higher end restaurant for our lunch and we all LOVED it. The food was perfect. Not to big and not to little. We all ordered a normal lunch type meal but the Nappa had just the righ flare to the meals and presentation that we came out of the experience smiling. We loved our server and the rest of the staff seemed very nice as well. Very attentive to us and yet we were able to accomplish business. Thank you for a great time at our Lunch!
Food was ok, but we were expecting a lot better from other reviews and the pricing. Menu lists vichyssoise but it was served hot. When we asked the server why, she went to the kitchen and came back with "because it was made fresh" as an answer. Ridiculous! Pork chop was good, but not the medium that I ordered. Plate presentations were sorely lacking for this caliber restaurant, especially the cheese plate. Wine list was good and service was good. Ambiance is lacking, especially due to the fact that the location is adjacent to the pool entry to the hotel. While this shouldn't be a problem with dinner service, there were still lots of "underdressed" guests circling through the dining room. Disappointing to say the least.
First time here, we ate amily style, like to try diff things. Our waiter, I think, was a little put off, but warmed up nicely. Everything from the soup to the tenderloin was amazing. The best dish of the night was the lamb bolognese, noodles cooked perfectly & the lamb was out of this world, and lots of it. Highly recommend Napa to anyone visiting the area.
We went to Napa while were in orlando, staying the Peabody for a convention. I know you are thinking, hotel restaurant?? But its a great experience, great food and "Silver Oak" they were out of 2006, but had a 2005!! Very cool place decor is smashing! I'd love one of these in my city!
I already experienced Napa lunches with my girlfriends. It's the perfect place for classy business women or ladies of leisure to enjoy fine dining alfresco when the weather is good.
I decided to suggest to a special friend, that we partake in dinner there and the experience was absolutely perfect. First class all the way is how I enjoy my life and the Napa staff, food and restaurant is exactly that.
I am a vegan, so the head chef personal created a special menus just for me! The ingredients and taste of my starter, main course and dessert were impeccable. My guest enjoyed a fine steak for his main course and as an expert in steaks applauded the way the steak was presented and how it just simply tasted "so sublime" A perfect evening!
I loved the "natural, organic, local" feature of the food selection, but was extremely disappointed not to find even one vegetarian entree!! I had to kindly ask if the Chef could maybe prepare something...I wasn't even particular...any veggie dish would be wonderful. And to my surprise, the vegetarian dish they prepared was AWESOME! Why wouldn't they add this to their menu?! I also thought the wine list was a bit limited. Overall, though, delicious food, great ambiance!
We enjoyed the modern,relaxed & cozy atmosphere. The service was attentive but not intrusive and our waiter was knowledgeable about both the menu and wine list. We split the heirloom tomatoes - delicious and the tomato sorbet was delightful. An excellent steak and mussels followed and the trio of tarts was just the right finish. Overall a really pleasant evening.
Took customers there. Everyone enjoyed their meals but we had to look for the waiter a few times and flag him down. For a 3*restaurant and a bill that came to 90the bucks a head I expected more. I was the only female at the table so i am I made every gesture to indicate that they were my guest, not to mention that the reservation was in my name, but they still gave the check to one of the men. Someone needs to teach these waiters and wait staff to look for our leads. A good entertainer gives them through the entire dinner. Hopefully Napa will read this and do some training because the food was great.
My dinner was excellent (the other diners with me were pleased but not as enthusiastic). I had the beet salad and the fried fish with sorbet for dessert and it was a wonderful meal. The wine is relatively well priced, with an excellent selection. For hotel dining, this was a gem.
WE sat for what seemed like forever waiting for our entre. The waiter finally came over and said it would be coming in five minutes.....it came an hour and a half after we arrived. When we finished, the waiter took our plates and disappeared. No suggestions for dessert or coffee..........The hostess brought our bill (she saw the problem from across the room). Too bad.
Excellent locavore cuisine from start-to-finish. Server Nathan was stellar. Only one flaw - 3 of our 4 entrees were the 12-hour short ribs, and my plate came out woefully undercooked, ashen gray and not properly braised. They quickly made good on this, but the plate should have never come out of the kitchen looking like this. They "blamed' the sous chef who had "apparently stepped away", but even a novice line cook would have noticed the odd, undercooked ribs on my plate vs. the properly prepared two other plates. Cheese course was among the best domestic artisana selections anywhere - Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes, etc. I'd still go back in spite of the major entre faux pas.
Our experience was bad from the moment we sat down. Our server was inattentive at best and incompetent at worst. For a restaurant named for a famed wine region, you would expect service to be knowledgeable on that aspect if nothing else. Even after we got through the wine order it took a good 20 minutes to see the bottle. The food was average, despite the hype and prices. My salmon was overcooked and I ended up eating 2 bites before deeming it inedible. This went unnoticed as our server chirped "I trust everyone enjoyed their meals". We had heard good things about Napa and made the decision to brave I-drive chaos and try it out with high hopes. Unfortunately, we left feeling disappointed, and quite frankly, angry.
Simply, one of the best restaurants... we stayed at the Peabody for the second time in two years. We ate at Napa once a year ago. This year, we could think of no better setting for food than Napa: we ate there three nites in a row. The quail risotto is unmatched. The snapper was spectacular. The short rib surpassed one at Elements in Princeton for which it is renown!
For a restaurant that was not really booked, service was extremely slow. I got the Bone-In Pork and it was overcooked. Wine list is incredible, but entree sizes, based on what you pay, are really overpriced. This would be a good restaurant to experience once or twice a year, but not one to visit frequently.
NOTE: you won't receive OpenTable points for dining at this restaurant. I made a business lunch reservation at Napa because it was convenient, and I live near (the real) Napa in CA. It claims to use fresh, local, and organic ingredients and its menu items sounded appealing. Unfortunately, it did not deliver. The bread was relatively flavorless (which shouldn't have been the case with rosemary focaccia). My crabmeat cappelini pasta was oversalted (I'm not sure why salt would have been added in the first place. Service was a bright spot, as it was pleasant, accommodating and efficient.
Our meal was outstanding: presentation, flavor, choices, quality all were excellent. If I searched for a nit on the food I might say that the alcohol in the reduction/jus for the lamb shank could have been cooked off a bit more, but it was still wonderful and the meal superb. Our tanquery and tonics appeared to be made with club soda and very little gin and our waiter was absent.
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