We were in need of a new experience and tried the Celler based on other reviews. We dine out frequently at 4 -5 star venues which are hard to come by in Daytona. So were looking forward to something special. While old, the building was very nice and the decor and table settings were exceptional. While there was not a full bar, the wine list was extensive and we were pleasantly surprised by the imaginative prosecco with brown sugar rim and pomegranate syrup. My husband who isn't fond of wine or champagne even liked it. The bread (brown version) was good. We ordered the specials which were a cod dish and a flank steak dish. The fish was good and had a nice flavor with vegetable complement. I would give it a 3 or 4 out of 5. The side dishes were nice and we both liked the potato gratin. The flank steak was passable, we likened it more to a salisbury steak where all you tasted was gravy, very much not what we expected. For desert, we ordered tarimisu (much better than at the chain restaurants such as Macaroni Grill/Carrabas) and a chocolate item which was good. The service was good. Recommend the lower dining room, a bit more lively than the upper one. We will go back but will try something else.
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