|Artist Point Menu|
The location and decor of the restaurant were comfortable, but not as awe inspiring as some other signature restaurants. There were large windows overlooking the outdoor area of the hotel while the interior featured soft lighting and beautiful murals depicting life in the Pacific Northwest. It was a pretty restaurant, but didn't compare to California Grill's breathtaking views of Magic Kingdom and the Wishes fireworks show.
Our waiter made a few recommendations for the table including the Smoked Portobello Bisque. The soup was smooth and tasty - it turned out to be my favorite item of the evening! For my entree, I opted to go with the salmon. Maybe I was expecting to much of a "wow" dish since we were in a restaurant that should specialize in salmon, but I wasn't overly impressed. I felt like it lacked seasoning and flavor that could have really enhanced the dish. In my opinion, the winner of the entree category was the Aged Buffalo Strip Loin that my friend Craig ordered. When it came time for dessert, I was too tired to keep eating so I passed, but my husband ordered the fruit cobbler and our friends split the fresh donuts. Both looked tasty! Throughout the meal, the restaurant staff was able to offer wine pairings that complemented each course - something very important for my husband!
|Cedar Plank Salmon|
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