Trevi’s

1500 Masters Blvd
Champions Gate, 33896
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We stayed at the Omni for a convention, and was pleasantly surprised that this hotel restaurant has both good food and service.
Went for lunch. The food was really good and tasted very fresh. Had the chicken sandwich. My only complaint was the food took a lot longer than expected. Very nice presentation, especially the tea selections.
Dinner @ Trevi's during a stay for a work conference. Thought this place is a gem among many of the hotel restaurants I've dined at. Very friendly and efficient service, reasonable prices for food and wine, and a good variety of selection. The fresh olive bread as a starter was delicious. An pesto dip and herbed butter were really nice. Our table had an appetizer of fried calamari, which was a generous portion for 3-4 people. They also offer family portions, and I imagine it would have fed plenty of people. I enjoyed an Arugula salad simply prepared with tomato, shaved Parmesan and olive oil. For an entree, local gulf shrimp were featured in a Cioppino which I ordered. It was delicious, with mussels, clams, lobster, fish and of course the gulf shrimp. Thumbs up and I'd return without hesitation.

(407) 390-6664

Italian

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Zen

1500 Masters Blvd
Champions Gate, 33896
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Born and raised in NYC I have been lucky to eat at the best known and hidden gems and this place is right up there with them. A strong contender of delicious sushi rolls and pieces. Sushi pieces with wasabi done right with extremely fresh fish. Ate here while on vacation and will come back before we leave. Expensive? Yes! But that's what you pay for quality.
Over priced and pretentious. Not surprised since it's in a resort but it doesn't make me feel any better about overpaying for pretty average food.
5-star experience from start to finish. Ambiance: warm, dark colors create an incredibly beautiful and modern Asian-Fusion space. Cozy, but still upscale. Service: one word: impressive. From the moment we walked in, we were immediately greeted by smiling faces who brought us to our table. We were then blessed to get Wally, who was honestly the most attentive, funny and efficient waiter I've ever had -- and we eat out a lot. Wally was quick to make great recommendations of the menu, including the best sushi rolls for our tastes and the perfect sake to warm us up. He continuously checked on us and was just generally fabulous. Total asset to the team. Food: we ordered three rolls -- a tornado roll with three types of raw fish, a zen experience roll with lobster, salmon, and blue cheese aioli and a tuna roll topped with tuna (because you can never have too much tuna). All three were incredibly fresh and delicious...so much so that we savored every bite over a 20-minute span rather than scarfing down the rolls in our typical five minute fashion. We also got a side of veggie fried rice which was of huge value. For $7, the "side" portion is large, yummy and filling. Just when we thought the experience couldn't get any better, Wally surprised us with two chocolate-covered fortune cookies. We won't hold Zen accountable for the actual fortunes inside since they were sooo weird but the cookies themselves were delish. Amazing. Wish we lived closer and this could be our regular sushi spot.

(407) 390-6664

Japanese, Sushi Bars

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China One

8307 Champions Gate Blvd
Champions Gate, 33896
Reviews:
needed food on short order/pouring rain/stopped by Publix for some toiletries...ordered Wor Won Ton soup, Mu Shu Chicken, Beef Fried Rice, and Eggplant in Garlic Sauce. daughter enjoyed her soup, no complaints. son enjoyed his fried rice, cooked as ordered with no veggie fillings. wife's mu shu was alright, not bad, but not outstanding either. my eggplant dish was also not too bad, but a little greasier than other Chinese restaurants. prices were reasonable for a fast-food service-type of facility. menu offers a nice variety as well as a lunch selection that seemed fairly wide!
Well its fast Chinese what can i say. My usual dishes such Mongolian beef and fried rice seem to be heavier on the oil. The server was very responsive to needs.
Food was tasty but the General Tso's chicken was not spicy. Sweet & Sour chicken was mostly breading. Hot & sour soup and wanton soup were good. Poo Poo platter was ok. Ribs were mostly fat, shrimp had too much breading. Egg rolls were good. C H E C K YOUR ORDER BEFORE YOU LEAVE. They left out several items, but we were not charged for them.

(407) 396-8866

Chinese

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Dulcetto

8293 Champions Gate Blvd
Champions Gate, 33896
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(407) 397-7499

Pizza, Italian

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Subway

8311 Champions Gate Blvd
Champions Gate, 33896
Reviews:
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(407) 787-0040

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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