The Christner family invites you to join them at Orlando's favorite for prime steak and lobster. Opened in 1993, Christner's is truly a family ... More
Christner's Prime Steak and Lobster
The Christner family invites you to join them at Orlando's favorite for prime steak and lobster. Opened in 1993, Christner's is truly a family business "we have very little turnover because our employees are part of the family"!!! Our customers are locals...business people... travelers...vacationers and sports stars... including many celebrities. Everyone agrees...outstanding menu...professional staff and America's Most Award Winning Steakhouse!! The Christners maintain an informal flavor of warm, hands-on, personal hospitality. As Russ said, "Hey, we're just a humble little steakhouse" Enter a guest, leave a friend. The Bread: Baked fresh daily and served piping hot to your table. Rip it. Break it. Just don't cut it with a knife. The Beef: Prime, aged corn-fed straight from the Midwest never frozen and cut to order right off the loin. The Lobster: Cold Water Australian Tails. The Wine Room: 5500 bottles of selected wines to choose from.
Del Frisco's has never dissapointed me with the food. The service can be hit or miss, if you don't get sat in a newer area the resaurant can be too loud and obnoxious. Definately the old crowd but if you want to take a date there, get one of their private dining rooms. They are small for 4-6 people and ask them to close the door. I usually get a room just for my girlfriend and I. It can be a little pricey but I used to eat there weekly until they gave me a 22 ounce lobster and told me it was 32 ounce. Because I eat Australian lobster very often (and large ones) I know the difference. The average diner may not. When I spend $200-300 on dinner, don't nickle me on the lobster fellas. The bar is great for a long pour. Good restaurant for Orlando
I loved Del Frisco's! I don't know what Joe F was talking, I was there the night he dined there. He and his boyfriend were celebrating their 4th anniversary and they got in a fight, so his experience was a little distorted. Those sides ROCK!!!!
This restaurant is overpriced, over rated and for me, just over. I havr tried it several times, all of which were bad. One time I took 8 business associate with me. After lousey service, poor food, improperly cooked orders and truly crummy produce, I paid a check in excess of $1,000.00 before tip. the steaks are so - so, the lamb is better at the Outback Steakhouse (and a lot cheaper)The tomatos on the tomato and onion salad were no where near ripe. The lobster tails were tough and at nearly $64.00 per pound a really bad choice. The staff for the most part was nice however,the waiter was sloe and rude. Finally even the water there was terrible, it tasted like it came from a garden hose. In short, never again. Ruths Chris is much better all around, with the exception of the ambience at De frisco's. avoid this one, it's over priced, over rated and you will ruin your experience if you go there.
I had an outstanding dining experience at Del Friscos. The food, service, and relaxing atmosphere was well worth the money. I was able to cut into the delicious 10 oz filet mignon (which was cooked to the perfect med rare) with my butter knife. I would recommend this place to the pickest diners who enjoy a great steak. They also serve a very tastey vodka cranberry. If you want something a little less classy and you and your boyfriend happen to be celebrating 4 years of romance than Linda's La Cantina would make a terrific substitute.
We liked everything about this place. Can't wait to go back . The lobster was excellent. Portions are large enough to share .Many menue choices. We have ate all over the world and Del Frisco's rates with the very best.
Charles & Joan Lewis
I loved Del Frisco's, I went for the first time with my girlfriend for Valentines day. We split a 22 ounce lobster tail and a 20 ounce filet. THe food was wonderful and the service just as good. Save room for the Orange cake. The meal is expensive, so dont go if you are thinking long horn. I will be back for all special occasions.
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