|Address||234 Brevard Ave.|
A restaurant of the highest caliber, Ulysses’ excellent staff serves the highest grade of meat in a small and intimate dining room with gorgeous atmosphere.
The restaurant is owned by the same folks who have the very fine Cafe Margaux next door. Ulyssee's is more upscale, both in food and décor, and it offers a quiet and intimate dinner of exquisitely prepared food served with absolute precision.
One of the finest items I sampled was the seared duck liver, which though priced like an entrée at $19 was one of the standout appetizers and easily worth its cost. It isn’t necessary to pay for Wagyu beef to get a fine steak. The desserts are worth savoring.... Read more
8101 World Center Drive (CR 536 at CR 535)
|Address||8633 International Drive|
|Address||Disney's Yacht Club Resort|
1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard
|City||Lake Buena Vista|
Among the hundreds of eating spots in Walt Disney Worlds culinary universe, only a few could be described as full-fledged steakhouses. Of those, Yachtsman Steakhouse at Disneys Yacht Club Resort is arguably the best. The meat is of high quality, and the portions are generous.
Did I say generous?
Let me tell you about the prime rib. My friend ordered the admirals cut, thinking that the captains cut wouldnt, well, cut it. This piece of meat was large enough to have its own Zip Code. I was surprised it took only one person to carry it to the table.
But not only was it a massive mound of meat, it was tender, too. The medium-rare cut was a juicy red and took no effort to cut. It was served au jus, along with straight horseradish and a horseradish cream sauce. Absolutely marvelous.
I also enjoyed the mixed grill, which featured smaller cuts of a filet, lamb chop and chicken breast. The steak was cooked exactly the way I ordered it and had a terrific charred outside with a warm red center. The lamb chop was dusted with rosemary and a bit of garlic, perfect accompaniments for the mild flavor of the lamb. And the chicken breast was thick and m... Read more