Regardless of the weather, guests at Park Plaza Gardens dine comfortably under towering ficus trees and surrounded by lush vegetation. This greenery thrives indoors beneath a soaring atrium roof, which glows with natural sunshine by day and twinkles with string lights at night. Today's Reserve selection invites you and a guest to relax in this all-weather haven during a three-course dinner that includes the following:
- One shared appetizer
- Two entrees
- Two desserts
- Two glasses of house wine
First opened in 1980, Park Plaza Gardens has earned a reputation as one of Orlando's finest dining destinations in its three decades—one so consistently impressive that Orlando Magazine dubbed it "Old Faithful." The dinner menu still features many old favorites, including grouper and chicken breast stuffed with crab. Though mostly tailored to the American palate, certain dishes burst with the Asian-influenced stylings of Executive Chef John Tan, who cut his culinary teeth in the kitchen of his parents' Singapore restaurant. Sips of wine help guests savor their meals, which conclude with a choice of dessert, such as the triple chocolate cake or the fruit and cheese plate.
While the atrium may be Park Plaza Gardens' main attraction, guests can also opt to dine in the European-style sidewalk cafe, where white parasols shade tables from the Sun and prevent pelicans from swooping in to snatch shiny knives.