Narcoossee's Undergoes a Sea Change in its Seafood Menu
Written by Scott Joseph
Narcoossee's, the seafood restaurant at Walt Disney World's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, has never been one of my favorites. It seemed to let its commanding view of the Magic Kingdom across the lagoon be its best draw -- the food was secondary.Tweet
But now chef Joe Wilson has revamped the menu. It's still seafood centric, and, oddly, Asian influenced, but the quality has skyrocketed. For the first time since it opened in the late '80s, Narcoossee's has earned my recommendation. Here's my full review.
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