General Information

Location: On the top floor of the resort's main building.

Date Opened: May 15, 1995

Seating: Indoor tables

Service Type: Table service

Children's Meals: Yes

Vegetarian Options: Yes

Annual Pass Discount: No

Reservations: Highly recommended. Call (407) 939-3463

Dress Code: Business casual. Men: Dress slacks, jeans, trousers, or dress shorts and short or long-sleeved shirt with a collar required. Ladies: Jeans, skirts, or dress shorts with blouse or sweater, or a dress required. Not permitted in dining room: tank tops, swim suits or swim suit cover ups, t-shirts with offensive language or graphics, hats for gentleman, cut offs, or torn clothing of any kind.

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Menu Information

Menu as of March 31, 2011

Dinner

Brick Oven Fired Flatbreads

Triple Cheese - Pecorino, Asiago, and provolone with sun-dried tomato and arugula pesto (vegetarian). $12
Grilled Flat Iron Steak - with Cambolza blue, mushroom cream, horseradish, and tempura scallions. $13
Slow-roasted Suckling Pig - with heirloom apple butter, cheddar, caramelized onions, and "cracklins." $13
Roasted Wild Mushrooms and Truffles - with melted leeks, provolone, and crispy shiitakes. (vegetarian). $13

Sushi

Yellowfin Tuna Three Ways - poke, tartare, and tataki. $23
Sashimi - Yellowfin tuna, salmon, and hiramasa. $21
Tempura Bonsai Roll - Tuna, avocado, chive, jicama, sweet onion sauce, and wasabi cream. $22
Surf and Turf Roll - Seared beef, shiitake musrooms, coriander-spiced tuna, and spiced apple slaw. $23
"Snake in the Grass" - Barbecue eel with shrimp tempura, avocado, and cucumber. $26
Spicy Kazan Roll - Crab, shrimp, bay scallops, tuna, and fireball sauce. $22
California Roll - Jumbo lump crab with avocado and cucumber. $22
Yoshie's Deluxe Sushi Platter - Maki and nigiri. $28

First Course

Cinderella Pumpkin Soup - with bacon, apple, pumpkin seed croutons, and cider crème fraîche. $11
Crisply Asian Rock Shrimp Salad - with Asian pears, red onions, soy reduction, and wasabi cream. $17
Roasted Heirloom Beets - with fennel, citrus, spiced pecans, beet vinaigrette, and belle chevre "croutons." (vegetarian) $14
Fire-roasted Maine "Big One's" Mussels - with coconut, lime, curry broth, finger lime aioli, and coriander bread. $15
Hearts of Romaine - with roasted garlic dressing, marinated anchovies, olives, aged parmesan, and croutons. $11
Duck Confit - with porcini-potato gnocchi, porcini mushrooms, parmesan-reggiano, and chives. $14
Sonoma Goat Cheese Ravioli - with sun-dried tomatoes, pesto, shiitake mushrooms, and basil. (vegetarian) $14

Main Course

Pan-seared Florida Snapper - with roasted fig risotto, forest mushrooms, and pinot noir reduction. $36
Cast Iron-sealed Veal Tenderlon - with sweet potato and applewood bacon hash, chanterelles, and port syrup. $44
Crispy Chicken and Leg Confit - Heirloom pumpkin with pecans, winter vegetables, tangerine-pomegranate jus. $33
Seared Scallops - with red kuri squash, applewood bacon, sautéed root vegetables, apple-brown butter vinaigrette. $36
Sautéed Sweet Potato Dumplings - with chanterelles, planet carrots, Brussels sprouts, and pumpkin seed vinaigrette. (vegetarian) $28
Oak-fired Filet of Beef - Dauphinoise potatoes with smoked bacon, ginger-scented carrots, and teriyaki barbecue. $44
Roasted Pacific Monchong - with "stir-fry" vegetables, soy shiitakes, sticky rice, and ginger-soy-hijiki broth. $38
Grilled Pork Tenderloin - with goat cheese polenta, roasted mushrooms, zinfandel glaze, and sage. $34

Featured Wines and Sake

Roederer Sparkling Brut - Anderson Valley NV. $14
Honig Cabernet Sauvignon - Napa '06. $15
Three Saints Chardonnay - Santa Maria Valley '07. $13
Kaiun Junmai Ginjyo Sake - $13
Duckhorn Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon - Napa '06. $22

Dessert

Celebration - Warm heirloom apple torte, salted caramel, almond "glass," and apple-jack ice cream. $12
Baked Pecan Tart - Warm pecan tart topped with maple pecan ice cream with Jack Daniel's crème anglaise. $12
Valrhona Chocolate Cake - Warm chocolate cake with molten center, white chocolate ganache, peppermint bark, and egg nog ice cream. $13
Tanzanian Chocolate Crème Brûlée - Crème brûlée with a citrus financier and chocolate-hazelnut bark. $12
Bananas and Caramel - Crispy baked phyllo squares layered with banana, caramel, mascarpone mousse, and caramelized banana. $12
Coconut-Mango Panna Cotta - Coconut infused panna cotta with mango gelée, almond biscotti, and coquitos. (No Sugar Added) $12
Pumpkin Cheesecake - Whipped pumpkin cheesecake with cranberry and cherry sauce, white chocolate cookie bars, and gingersnap. $12

Kids' Picks

All meals served with choice of 1% Mickey milk, small bottled water, or 100% apple juice.

Appetizers

Romaine Salad - with buttermilk ranch dressing and sourdough croutons. $5.00

Entrées

House-made Macaroni & Cheese - $8.00
Roasted Salmon - with basmati rice and seasonal vegetables. $12.00
Oak-fired Steak - with roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables. $13.00
Grilled Chicken Breast - with roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables. $10.00
House-made Whole-Wheat Pizza - with provolone cheese. $9.00

Desserts

Crisped Rice Sushi Plate - $6.00
Chocolate Pudding - with whipped cream. $5.00
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream - with chocolate fudge sauce. $5.00

If a menu is presented here it is for guidance purposes only. Menus can change without notice and at some restaurants daily. If you have specific dietary needs or questions it is best to contact the restaurant directly for information. If you'd like to notify us that a menu has changed, or you can provide the complete information, please let us know through our email form.


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History and Trivia

  • At this location: From the opening of the hotel in 1971 to until 1993, this location was home to Top of the World, a combination nightclub and restaurant. The restaurant had a very popular Sunday all-you-can-eat brunch, and lunch during the week. At night the empahasis was on life entertainment. Until 1981 it was a venue for rotating entertainers (including some pretty big names over the years) and then in 1981 a permanent show called "Broadway at the Top" opened and ran until the restaurant closed on September 30, 1993.