Citricos offers fine dining and a menu featuring cuisine from Southern Europe using fresh Florida ingredients. Steaks, seafood and risotto are highlights of the menu. The restaurant only serves dinner.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: Second floor of the main building
  • Date Opened: November 8, 1997
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Table service
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: Recommended. Online or call (407) 939-3463 up to 180 days before your visit.
  • 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, hats for gentleman, cut offs, or torn clothing of any kind.
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of March 31, 2011

First Course

Sautéed Shrimp - Lemon, white wine, tomatoes, and feta. $14.00
Gâteau of Crab - Lump crab, orange fennel cream, and tomato-fennel slaw. $12.00
Duck Confit - Mascarpone and ricotta cheese ravioli with tomato-basil water. $14.00
Escabèche Frutti di Mare - Citrus-marinated seared rock shrimp, black grouper, Prince Edward Island mussels, and lump crab with golden beets and Meyer lemon oil. $14.00
Arancini - Crispy risotto with crimini mushrooms,asiago, and charred tomato coulis $10.00
Cheese Course Trio - Lemon ricotta from Central Florida, Fourme d’Ambert from Auvergne, France, and P’tit Basque from the French Pyrenees. $14.00

Soup and Salad Course

Pear and Endive Salad - Tossed with a pear emulsion, pistachio brittle, Robiola Bosina, dried cranberries, and Minus 8 vinegar. $9.00
Butternut Squash Soup - Wood-roasted mushrooms and sherry cream. $9.00
Salad of Romaine Lettuce - Creamy roasted garlic emulsion with white anchovies, hearts of palm, and pickled peppers $9.00

Main Course

Braised Short Ribs - Creamy polenta, sautéed greens, and blood orange demi-glace. $38.00
Golden Tile Fish - Pappardelle pasta, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, white wine, and Aglio e Olio. $36.00
Roast Chicken Breast - Tanglewood Farms chicken with roasted mushroom risotto and Madeira demi-glace. $29.00
Braised Veal Shank - Carrot-potato purée, roasted vegetables, and toasted citrus gremolata. $46.00
Berkshire Pork Two Ways - Rotisserie pork tenderloin and roasted Berkshire pork belly with a sweet potato gratin, Swiss chard, and an orange blossom mustard drizzle. $33.00
Seared Tofu - Zucchini and eggplant ratatouille, roasted mushrooms, lentils, and sun-dried tomato purée. $23.00
Oak-grilled Filet of Beef - Spanish onions, peppadew and banana peppers, Quattro Formaggi-crushed potatoes, and veal glace de viande. $41.00
Pan-seared Florida Black Grouper - Fregula pasta, little neck clams, rock shrimp in tomato and saffron sauce with olive oil crostini. $33.00


Lemon-scented Cheesecake - with a blanket of white-chocolate ganache. $9.00
Warm Chocolate Banana Torte - with vanilla ice cream and handcrafted Belgium couverture chocolate crown. $11.00
Tasting of Gelato - featuring Italian vanilla bean, raspberry, and double chocolate. $8.00
Tropical Fruit Crème Brûlèe - with mango, pineapple, and passion fruit. $10.00
Seasonal Berry Gratin - with a champagne-Grand Marnier sabayon. $9.00
Tiramisù - with Italian Galbani mascarpone, and chocolate sauce. $9.00
Granny Smith Green Apple Sorbet - No sugar added. $8.00

Kids' Picks

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


Romaine Salad with Ranch Dressing - $4.00
Chicken Noodle Soup - $3.00
Cheese and Grapes with Crackers - $4.00
Carrot and Celery Sticks with Peanut Butter Dip - $3.00


Pasta with Marinara - $7.00
Grilled Beef Tenderloin - Mashed potatoes and broccolini. $13.00
Grilled Chicken Breast - Mashed potatoes and broccolini. $9.00
Crispy Fried Shrimp - Roasted potatoes and broccolini. $11.00
Macaroni & Cheese - $7.00
Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich - Goldfish-shaped crackers and fruit. $6.00


Create-Your-Own Ice-Cream Sundae - $5.00
Choice of Ice Cream - Vanilla or Chocolate. $4.00
Fresh Fruit - $3.00
White Chocolate Oreo Mousse - $6.00


Specialty Cocktails

Magical Star Cocktail - X-Fusion Organic Mango and Passion Fruit Liqueur, Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Pineapple Juice, and a souvenir Multicolored Glow Cube $10.25
Frozen Mango Margarita - Patrón Silver Tequila blended with Mango Purée $10.25
Citropolitan - Absolut Mandrin Vodka with Limoncello and a splash of Cranberry Juice $9.25
Pomegranate Splash - SKYY Infusions Citrus Vodka, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur, Cranberry Juice, and Soda Water $8.50
Passion Fruit Mojito - Bacardi Rum, X-Fusion Organic Mango and Passion Fruit Liqueur, Limes, and fresh Mint topped with Soda Water $8.50
Citricos Bellini - Refreshing Peaches and Raspberries blended with Sparkling Wine $8.50
Sangria - A Delicious Blend of Red Spanish Wine and Mediterranean Citrus topped with Cointreau $8.00
Ultimate Long Island Iced Tea - Grey Goose Vodka, Bacardi Rum, Hendrick’s Gin, Patrón Citrónge, and Sweet-and-Sour with a splash of Coke $9.50

Beer Selections

Stella Artois, Blue Moon Belgian White Ale, Newcastle Brown Ale, Redbridge (Gluten-free), Michelob Ultra, Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Heineken, Corona, Yuengling Traditional Lager, Samuel Adams Seasonal Brew, and O’Doul’s (non-alcoholic)

Specialty Tea Selections - $6.29

Green Leaves

Jade Leaf - Harvested in Northwest China, this green tea produces a fresh and delicate jade infusion.
Pear Tree Green - This Estate China green tea has freshly plucked ripe pears, a hint of sweetness, and a light finish.

Black Leaves

Imperial English Breakfast - Bright Keemun notes are blended with the light liquoring leaves of a sweet Ceylon. It has an elegant and refined smooth sweetness.
Imperial Orange Pekoe - A blend of estate high-grown Ceylon black teas, this tea produces a medium-bodied cup with deep copper liquor.
Russian Earl Grey - The rind of the spicy Bergamot orange creates a spicy flavor with citrus notes.
Cassis - This is an exceptionally aromatic tea with a rich black currant flavor.

Herbal Infusions and Blends

Chamomile Flowers (Egypt) - Sweet and fragrant golden chamomile blossoms gives this tea a mild and sweet flavor.
Vanilla Rooibos - Sweetened with vanilla bean, this rich and full-bodied tea has a creamy vanilla finish.
Harmony - Peppermint leaves, chamomile flowers, orange blossoms, and allspice make up this fresh and minty tea.
Jamaican Spice - Is a blend of hibiscus, cinnamon, cloves, and orange peel with brilliant red liquor.
Lemon Verbena Blend - This is a naturally caffeine-free infusion of lemon verbena, lemon grass, and lemon balm. It is light and sweet with a full citrus finish.

Fruit Tisanes

Nobo Whole Fruit - This is a blend of wild strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries.

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Average Reviewer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Number of Citricos Reviews: 3
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   Feb,March and May of '04
Reviewer: Kevin E. Knox ( New York City     January 16, 2005
Let's put it this way, I'm a major foodie and wine buff.
My buddy works for Disney in Burbank and recommended this restaurant for it's quality cuisine and quality priced wine list. I took my daughter who was only a year and two weeks for dinner by myself on my first experience, 02.04. Everything was perfect, so much so that we came back two evenings later w/my wife.
We love the cuisine: foie gras ravioli! Bruce and Daniel, the servers, took turns walking or holding my daughter around on repeat visits four extended times later. These two servers are the most exceptional and professional men I've encountered. They are convivial, fun, attentive and most of all effecient to your every needs, we ask for there stations upon return and I enthusiastically recommend them, for dining, service is half the experience and they make it wonderful and extremely memorable.
Must mention Josie the hostess and the incredibly nice new GM, sorry don't have his name on my brain.
My daughter and I are dining there again on the 8th of February for our new annual dinner alone, then w/her Mom on the 10th. I highly recommend this restaurant and feel it's price is extremely commensurate to the quality of food and service/atmosphere. The coffee and tiramisu after the meal are a perfect ending then stroll out to the grand foyer to hear the band play soft Disney favorites in the most relaxing setting and zietgeist.
Must stipulate Citrico's shrimp, feta and tomato dish is equally sublime w/a glass of sparkling water or Champange.
13 out of 14 people found this review helpful
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5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   November 13, 2004
Reviewer: Joanna Virginia     December 02, 2004
This restaurant received a high recommendation in my Passporter and we quickly understood why. We drove over to the Grand Floridian and parked across the highway in the guest parking. Everything was decorated in anticipation of the holiday season. It was so beautiful. After we arrived we waited just a short minute in the lounge area and then our waiter showed us to a wonderful location overlooking the pool and Seven Seas Lagoon. On the way to the table he pointed out the dessert selections for the evening and we made note of how beautiful and inviting they were. He introduced the special for that evening which was Baked Halibut with Risotto & Vegetable Puree. I ordered the special. DH ordered the Grilled Swordfish with Vegetable Pearl Pasta and Red Pepper Coulis. The halibut was placed on top of the risotto which was creamy and tasty. The fish was so tender, flaky and delicious. The vegetable puree was presented in a circle around the risotto. DH loved the swordfish. He ordered the seasonal berry gratin for dessert. It included strawberries, raspberries and blackberries topped with a creamy sweet sauce. I tried a little of this. EXCELLENT! Price for 2, including tip was $76.03.
6 out of 6 people found this review helpful
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5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   June 15, 2002
Reviewer: minniemommy The Woodlands, TX     June 28, 2002
This was a grown-up only dinner, the kids went to the Neverland Club. We had a 6:45 p.m. p/s and were seated right away. The dining room is very pretty, and much quieter than many WDW restaurants. On the way to the table, we passed an array of the desserts, definitely something to save room for when planning out your meal! Our server was very helpful, making recommendations, but not overly pushy. The wine list is extensive, but pricey, so we opted for wine by the glass. We shared appetizers - fabulous crab cakes, and an over the top veal canneloni (more like a spring roll actually). Rack of lamb and seared ahi tuna were our choices for dinner. Without exception, they were melt in your mouth good, and everything was prepared just the way we requested it, especially the tuna - one rare, one medium, both done correctly. Dessert - oh, my gosh! We tried the cheesecake, a fruit tart, 3 kinds of sorbet including chocolate peanut butter that earned big grins, and chocolate cake with mocha ice cream. All were fabulous. We were stuffed, but so happy! We had a lovely, relaxing dinner, strolled around the Grand Floridian afterward to soak up the lovely ambiance, and enjoyed the piano music in the lobby. $282 for four adults, and well worth it!
Service - excellent, Price - expensive but worth it, Food - excellent, Service - excellent.
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History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • At this location: When the Grand Floridian opened on June 28, 1988, the first restaurant at this location opened as well. Flager's served Italian cuisine and stayed open until July 6, 1997. At that time the space was redecorated and opened on November 6 as Citrico's.
  • The Restaurant's History: No significant changes since opening in 1997.
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