This was my third time dining upstairs (work gift certificates) and it will be my last. The food is average, I had the NY strip and my girlfriend had the lamb. Both were about average suffering mostly from high prices and sides that were better than the main dinner item (awesome horseradish mashed potatoes). Also, there isnt anything on the dessert side that is worth trying for $10-$15. In all, we spent $190 minus $75 for the certificate , minus $45 for the tip, so we definitely are not cheap rookies. My other complaint is that they do not enforce their dress code. This is okay if you are eating downstairs but not if you are spending the money upstairs, not to mention, why have one if you intend to allow Disney tourists to dine there in t-shirts and shorts?\r
The skinny of it all? Eat here if you are already there and don't want to leave the area, if not, save the gas money and dine at Charley's or Houstons where you will find a far better dinner experience, it will be cheaper and you wont regret having spent the money. Better yet, eat at Coq Au Vin and fall in love with a true Orlando treasure.
Pros: interesting sides
Cons: dress code, high prices