Although the name implies that you'll be eating lots of local citrus specialties, you won't necessarily find them here (unless you count the "Citropolitan" martini, made with limoncello, or the veal shank's toasted citrus gremolata). But you will find an ambitious menu that's fundamentally American with influences of southern Europe's low-fat, high-flavor cuisines, namely Tuscan, Provençal, and Spanish-Mediterranean. Standout entrées include the aforementioned braised
veal shank and butter-poached monkfish with Américaine sauce and preserved lemon. The wine list, one of Disney's most extensive, includes vintages from around the world.
Nov 5, 2009
On each occasion travelling from the UK my wife and I have enjoyed 8 holidays at WDW and eaten in Citricos 7 times. We have wonderful memories of our first visit to the restaurant in 1999 when our waiter took our two young sons to the window to get a better view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks. This is a very special restaurant with wonderful food complimented by excellent friendly and professional service. We can honestly say that this is one of our
all time favourite restaurants and we look forward to returning again on many occasions in the future.
Nov 29, 2008
Delicious food at the most beautiful hotel in Disneyworld. The staff is perfection.