Went to lunch at the Capital Grill during a conference in Orlando. The restaurant is located in the Pointe Orlano Center, acrosss the street from the Rosen Plaza Hotel. the restaurant is outfitted in real linens, wood and deep carpet. There is an impressive wine cellar along one wall. There is outside dining available.
Four of us went to the restaurant for a business meeting. The menu is limited and pricy. Luckily it was restaurant week, so there was a limited menu that was $15 which was less than anything else on the lunch menu. I had a field salad, lobster roll and hand made chocolate ice cream. Comapnion had a caparese salad made with fresh mozzerella that is made on site every four hours, ($12) and bowl of lobster bisque $10. Other companions had choices off the restaurant week menu.
The field salad had a garlic parmesean vinaigrette that was very heavy on the garlic. The salad was mainly iceberg with a few grape tomatoes, a couple of leaves of specialty lettuce, and a shave or two of parmesan cheese. The lobster roll, billed as a "maine lobster roll" included celery and what tasted like cilantro, two things not found in a true lobster roll. having said that, there was a lot of lobster, large chunks, that were quite tasty. The server advertised the truffled fries as "addiciting" so I choose those as a side. I shared them with all of my lunch companions, and none of us could fingure out what was so special about them. They were really quite aveerage from our evaluation. The homemade chocolate ice cream was wonderful, creamy and oh so chocolately.
The service was inpeccable, and the setting quite elegant. Perhaps the cost would be worth it for a special evening, like an anniversary. Otherwise, the setting does not justify the cost.
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