Todd English's Blue Zoo is located in the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel and truly presents a unique and impressive setting. It was selected as one ... More
Todd English's Blue Zoo
Todd English's Blue Zoo is located in the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel and truly presents a unique and impressive setting. It was selected as one of Orlando's top 3 restaurants by the Orlando magazine, a Four Diamond by AAA and additional awards as well. As soon as you lay eyes on it, you will be impressed with the innovative and extraordinary decor. The most stunning shades of blue are everywhere, including the lighting. There are striking glass bubbles suspended from the ceiling that reflect the lights above. Todd English's Blue Zoo offers a formal dining atmosphere, provides accommodating staff and serves fresh seafood and additional coastal dishes. There is a separate fully stocked bar also.
The restaurant is beautiful and the underwater theme is creatively represented in the decor. The food was really great, especially the tuna tartar and king crab claw. Overall, a good meal with good service!
Bluezoo is a beautifully appointed restaurant; however it was sadly disappointing in the food and beverage department.
My mai-tai arrived and it was pink. Mai-tai’s are not pink. It was pretty watered down with very little rum content. When the waiter asked me if I wanted another, I politely said no and told him why. He didn’t even respond, just took the glass away. My dining companion however, enjoyed one of their ½ bottles of wine.
We both ordered the flamed grilled tenderloin beef filet cooked medium. Both filets arrived rarer than rare. I have to say at the price point and at the level of stardom of the super-chef owner, I would expect the kitchen know what temperature to cook a filet to get to medium. Even more disappointing was the fact that our now sliced-in-half filets were re-cooked and returned to us well done. What can you expect? When you cut a filet in half there is no way you are going to get the two pieces to a perfect medium. Again, for a high-end restaurant, I expected more.
In comparison to last week’s fabulous meal at Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion on Sand Lake, this was terribly disappointing. I would give it another chance and go for a seafood dish, but there are so many more great restaurants in Orlando to try before this one gets a second visit from me.
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