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K Restaurant
American Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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1710 Edgewater Dr Orlando, FL 32804
1710 Edgewater DriveUSFloridaOrlando32804
$$American Restaurant, Wine BarToday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 6:00 – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
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Locally sourced ingredients star at this New American eatery in a remodeled house with a garden.- Google
"Maple Leaf Farms Duck Breast herb risotto, Florida blueberry -cherry marmalade."
"Roast Quail house made chorizo sausage stuffed "hopping john" bbq."
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Robert B
a week ago
We had the Roasted Chicken w/grits and okra and the Salmon w/potatoes. I would recommend both as excellent choices. The entire staff was friendly and accommodating. We will be back next time we visit Orlando.
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Kelly L
6 months ago
Amazing service, great wine, locally sourced ingredients, romantic atmosphere and the food. Good god, the food. I started with the fried green tomatoes.. Topped with crab. You can't go wrong. Greek salad to follow- not what you're thinking though.. No lettuce, instead: gorgeous Waterkist farms orange heirloom tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, feta all dressed in a wonderfully light Greek vinaigrette. Clean, light, perfect. My dining partner and I split 2 entrees: the Tilefish (that our server informed us was caught THAT day.. Arrived at the restaurant around 3:30). SO good. ...and then the filet. Wow. Ok, so I'm no stranger to top notch steaks: this being one of the best. Cooked to a perfect medium rare, with a Demi glacé that I wanted to bathe in. Rested on top of the most perfect potatoes au gratin. I seriously fell in love with this dish. Oh and did I mention the prices were WAY reasonable? Make reservations.
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Tom Vuong
a year ago
I've seen this compared to Ravenous Pig as a chef-owned restaurant in the area, but I have to say the food is WAY better here. We went here for the Magical Dining special and tried pretty much everything that was offered. Everything was fresh and well-seasoned. Notables include the beef tartar (good smokiness and not mushy), flounder with succotash (great thyme lemon butter flavor) and the Schnitzel with grits and greens (well balanced and buttery). Only slight miss was the fresh pasta (a bit overcooked and too much fennel in the sausage meatballs). Other reviewers have criticized the building (an old house) and I can see why. There was a slight muskiness when we first entered. Overall the food was fantastic and we had a great experience. Will definitely come back again.
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Traveler Foodie
4 years ago
An old house or a restaurant? Looks more like an old house, but going to eat at this old house is a treat of its own. Turning into the loose pebble stone driveway/parking lot it feels more like visiting some lost Florida uncle's home rather than a restaurant. Cruising from the parking lot to the main house one can't help but wonder what is going on in the backyard. Take a peek. It is ground to plate. There is a herb garden thriving right in the back of the restaurant. How organic is that? It does not get fresher than that! Wait, a table with chairs in the garden? Could one actually dine out there? Under the stars, amongst the herbs.....???? The inside is like a personal dining room with a couple of walled sections. It is very cozy and inviting. There is a very relaxed bar, almost like someone's kitchen counter with bar stools. Inside the bathroom is a salt cleanser, probably the only restaurant in Orlando with this feature. Outside is this grand patio or veranda. It is covered and faces the road with fans and a nice evening breeze. They allow four legged guests. 2009 Cuvee de Blanc, Huguenot Cellar, Santa Ynez Valley, CA. (Grenache Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc & Gewurztraminer) A clean, crisp, herbaceous, white blend that was surprisingly dry and an easy warm climate drinking wine. Perfect to swirl and sip on a veranda. Lillet Rouge Aperitif de France Beautiful deep ruby red color. Initial aromas of red grapes, raspberries, and blackberries. It is clean, tart, and fruity. The lemon twist adds another layer of citrus flavors. Prosciutto croquettes wild ramps, pesto aioli dipping sauce was light, crisp, and creamy. Nice starter. Fresh bread with thyme, honey, and cinnamon butter. The butter was delicious. Shrimp and Grits creole bbq Florida rock shrimp, creamy cheddar Logan's Turnpike Grits. The shrimp was a little overcooked but the flavors were spot on. This dish had a bold creole flavor. The grits were creamy and smooth. Roast Quail house made chorizo sausage stuffed "hopping john" bbq. Tender deboned quail was seasoned ever so slightly and combined well with the chorizo. Black eye peas and sweet corn complimented this dish well. Maple Leaf Farms Duck Breast herb risotto, Florida blueberry -cherry marmalade. The risotto was slightly grainy but the duck breast was tender, succulent, and flavorful. Pecan Pie with vanilla ice cream. Nice textures and taste. The freshness of ingredients and culinary techniques makes the food sizzle as the shining star. Service was unobtrusive, informative, and friendly. The cozy quaintness of this beautiful cottage with veranda is the quintessential Florida home of a bygone era. The current owner is gracious enough in sharing his herb garden and home to all of us.
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Yhonsha Rue
in the last week
The food was impeccable! Everything tasted so fresh and since their menu changes daily....I am certainly going back for more. #Farmtotablefood
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John Wisdom
a year ago
I've been looking forward to going to K since I saw it on Emeril's Florida on Cooking channel so we went on May 8th for lunch. My buddy and I were pretty dissapointed especially in the burgers we had which had buns that both had black on them from being over toasted. We didn't complain but we shouldn't have to complain about something so easily identified as not right. Someone they hired chose to send those buns out so I'm choosing to write about it. Beyond that, the bartender was marginal at best. I'm being generous for rating this a 3 but I will not go back and I could never recomend this restaurant. I would say go to "Rusty Spoon" instead for a burger or "Prato" for brick oven pizza. Both have bart staff that are far more attentive and I should have writting positive reviews for both instead of just mentioning them here.
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Derek Tishler
3 years ago
A wonderful evening! The staff were amazingly friendly and also flexible with our reservations which had to be changed due to traffic. It was our the first time and the waiter was kind enough to explain the menu in full and make honest suggestions. We tried the fried green tomatoes, the Stack salad, the duck breast, and the french toast bread pudding with raspberry tea. Ever single item was light, delicious, and emphatically recommended. It is easily said that the best feature of this restaurant is the service. Be assured that you will be taken care of. The interior of the restaurant has a romantic feel and is very comfortable.
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Piper Ryan
4 years ago
absolutely loved this restaurant! felt like something you would find in wine country, not touristy orlando. fresh ingredients; creative new american cuisine. excellent, reasonably priced priced wines that are off the beaten path. friendly, informative service. nice atmosphere outside, but traffic was a bit distracting. don't miss the cheesecake.