Reunion Resort Dining
Let’s eat! My coverage of Reunion Resort continues today with all of their dining options. If you didn’t catch my review of the resort and the private villas, and resort amenities please check those out afterward.
When your family vacations are you the type that eats out every meal or you prefer to cook in yourself? The villa we stayed in at Reunion had a fabulous full kitchen which we kept stocked with quick snacks and drinks but for full meals, we enjoy experiencing all that a resort has to offer.
When you’re ready to get your day started you must visit The Clubhouse. Grab your golf clubs while you’re at it because The Clubhouse restaurant is connected to, you guessed it, the golf clubhouse. You can check-in for your tee time then enjoy a meal while you wait.
The Clubhouse has a full menu to enjoy or you can grab your favorite breakfast items at the two buffet counters.
My kiddos love the buffet but I opted for the veggie omelet, breakfast potatoes, and croissant. The plate came and I was so surprised. As you can see, the portion sizes are massive.
I am always nervous when ordering eggs because I am just slightly picky when it comes to how they’re cooked. I’m happy to say everything was cooked to perfection.
I’ve never seen a bigger croissant in my life but don’t fret, I totally ate the entire thing. It was warm, flaky, and buttery. Simply perfect.
And although the kitchen told us they couldn’t make a few items and they were also out of some things, we had a good time and enjoyed our meal. I do wish they would refill the buffet counters quicker but I noticed the staff looked a bit short so maybe that’s why they were behind.
When it comes to vacations, my husband and I always try to have at least one meal alone together. It’s great to be together as a family but also it’s a nice reset if we can sit down for a quiet meal and enjoy each others company.
Eleven felt like the perfect restaurant to have dinner mid-vacation. It is on the higher end but also it is family friendly.
Eleven is an upscale indoor-outdoor venue for steaks, cocktails & views, on the 11th floor of a resort tower. We sat inside because it was a chilly windy night but can you imagine having this view while you dine? And if you time it right, you will also see Disney fireworks. Win-win!
Farm to table elements showcase Eleven’s creative menu offerings coupled with premium steak cuts and signature entrees. Chic and progressive in ambiance and décor, the open air veranda and nightly fireworks accent the sights and sounds of the open kitchen. The dynamic wine list and signature cocktail menu along with expanded by-the-glass selections offers wine pairing and libations for every palate.
One thing to note, everything is a le carte so when you order an entree you will only receive it. If you would like sides you have to order and pay a separate cost for each item. This can become a bit pricey extremely fast especially when your entree alone ranges from $29-$53+. My husband ordered the bone-in ‘Cowboy’ ribeye steak with a side of grilled asparagus. I went with the much smaller 8oz filet mignon with Boursin whipped potatoes. Both were insanely delicious. We pushed ourselves to finish everything. Kids meals do come with a choice of 1 of 3 side options but do not include a drink. Kids meals range from $10-$19.
If you can make it to dessert I highly recommend the Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee! Heavenly is the only word I can use to describe it.
In short, we had a fabulous time at Eleven. The service was top-notch, the view was great, and the food was out of this world. For a nice meal with your spouse, I definitely say to make this a restaurant you budget for.
You can walk in or make reservations. Eleven is only open for dinner service starting at 5:30 pm.