Citricos restaurant brings the cuisine of southern Europe to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Citricos chefs rotate dinner selections frequently for a focused menu of American dishes inspired by the cuisine of Provençe, Tuscany and the Spanish Riviera—such as steaks seared on an oak-filled grill, creative risotto, pastas, and seafood depending on the season. The main dining room is airy and decorated with hues of yellow and orange. Old-world furnishings, wrought-iron railings and mosaic-tile floors contribute to the warm Mediterranean décor. You can view their full menu HERE.
Located on the second floor of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, windows near select tables in Citricos provide a phenomenal view of the courtyard. Other tables allow you to peer into the bustling show kitchen. Or, for a more personal experience, dine in the Chef’s Domain. This is a dining room where you can interact with the chef, and it seats up to 12 guests.
Citricos is part of the Disney Dining Plan, and is considered a Signature/Fine Dining Experience. This means that there is a slight dress code, and it will cost you TWO table service credits per member of your travel party. It’s important to make ADRs here, around the 180 day mark before you travel.
Overall, we give Citricos an “A”.
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