Salmon was very good with fresh vegetables. Enjoyed the quietness after a long days flight. Left feeling very satisfied.
Food was over priced and limited selection. The food was not quality for the price. It was my husbands birthday and the waiter asked my husband who's birthday it was. Totally ruined the suprise. If the prices were less it wouldn't be as bad. Just overall not a great experience.
We had such a lovely time at MOOR on Valentine’s Day. The food, ambiance and service was top notch. The only issue we had it that I had made reservations for my husband and I 6 weeks before the day because I wasn’t taking any chances for being able to dine on the boat. We came on time and still had to wait about 20 minutes for a seat. The manager was sweet but she did explain that walk ins take precedence there?
Check-in was very long and disorganized, even though there were only 3-4 tables seated and one other group waiting to be seated. Waitress gave wrong information about valet parking validation. I ordered hot tea and was told sorry, there was no hot water for tea. What? The kitchen couldn’t boil water???? I was treating 2 friends from high school 50 years post-graduation and was embarrassed by the quality of food and service. It was a very quiet night there for dining—maybe others are staying away as I will in the future.
Great atmosphere and great service. We enjoyed the conversation with our server and management was so polite. Will be back for sure!!
The restaurant is located in the Gaylord Convention Center so it is not the easiest place to reach. But once you are there it is a delight. I like that they only feature fresh fish, which on our night was Mahi Mahi, Red Snapper, Swordfish, and farm-raised Salmon. I had grilled Red Snapper and it was delicious. The side dish was Risotto with cherry tomatoes. Excellent. We had cornbread and biscuits for an appetizer and for the salad heirloom tomatoes with fresh goat cheese. Service was excellent. For the two of us with drinks and tip it came to $150, so this is a special occasion place. Considering that most of what you find around the Magic Kingdom are chain restaurants this is a good alternative.
While our waitress was efficient, she made us feel very rushed. Our dinner guest was from out of town and we hadn’t seen him in a while and we wanted a leisurely dinner.
It's a cute restaurant, with good food and a good vibe. I like the boat; I kind of wish it felt a little less like a prop and a little more authentic...maybe if the water it was sitting in had some kind of texture to it, or the sail? Semi-pricey menu, but a good selection, with some healthy options.
First time at hotel
Table service was OK, but bar service was not. They ran out the wine my wife was drinking and instead of letting her choose something else they substituted a cheaper (very bad) wine. When we complained they again served something completely different, still not telling us they had run out the first choice. Situation could have been handled much more professionally. Not how an upscale (bar should be run.