Wonderful service, food, and atmosphere. Eddie was the highlight of the night. We laughed all night. Highly recommend going!!!
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The food was great in this intimate restaurant in downtown Kissimmee. Unfortunately, it was a night when a number of guests arrived at the same time so service was a bit slow. Yet, thankfully I wasn't in a rush so it turned out okay.
Went to Historical Kissimmee for the 1st time and found this small bistro downtown . Unique menu but a nice variety . Tried the steak pasta and loved it . My wife got the meatloaf that's made with three different meats with sweet potato ....More
We recently were passing through and found this place on trip advisor. Wow!!! Wow, wow, wow! It was amazing! Grilled chicken, burger, osso bucco sandwich, Reuben. All were so good! Definitely saving this one in case we’re in the area again.
Excellent dinner. I had the crab-crusted pork filet - sounded unusual but was very flavorful. Wife had vegetable melody and friends has salmon dinner and surf & turf. All excellent. I now see how a small place (about 9 tables) can have so many great...More
This use to be a great little place to dine. We frequent it regularly. Our meal was terrible, bland, undercooked and down right awful. We should have returned the food, but felt it was not worth the trouble. I get everybody has an off night,...More
My partner and I had dinner here and it was excellent. There was a small band playing nice music. We ordered salmon and pasta and both were absolutely great. The service was friendly and alert. I recommend this place to anyone near Kissimmee.
I love this small restaurant. Four of us came and enjoyed every bite. On Friday evening we enjoyed music from some very talented musicians--mellow and sweet. Let them know you are coming and it is twice a nice.
My daughter had the salmon salad and said it was excellent. I thought my French Onion Soup was very tasty, but I did miss the standard cheese topping. One complaint, I ordered an appetizer of chicken wings....very small, tough and dry. I guess thats not...More