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Thread: Citricos, Narcooses or California Grill?

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    Which one would you pick?





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    Citricos for me! I have eaten there twice and loved it both times, I hated California Grill and haven't been to Narcooses although I love the location of it!






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    California Grill for me! Tried citrico's once and it was rubbish :( Although I've heard good things about it, when we went, the service was poor, the food tasteless and the whole thing rather noisy and rushed. We're in no hurry to go back.

    Narcoosees CAN be brilliant or can be dire :( far too variable to trust and some truly awful staff there.

    California Grill has the location above all else so although the service is sometimes mediocre, watching the fireworks with a nice glass of champagne can't be beaten :)
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    We really must get back to Narcoossee's one of these days. My preferences, in order are: Citrico's, California Grill, Narcoossee's.





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    Nothing on the Citrico's Menu has ever appealed much to us.

    You know my thoughts on the other two. :(

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    I say kona cafe, love the menu, we went twice this time and servers were great and food delicious. Not bad value for table service, I'm happy to pay $40 for lunch for 2. I think it was my favourite this time, but then I don't really do formal dining on holiday.














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    Totally agree with Keith. We've been to Citricos once, for our 10th wedding anniversary. It was OK but didn't really enjoy it much. Whenever we've been celebrating before they've made a big fuss and even though we had a nice 'happy anniversary' written on our menu that was about all. The service was not great and wasn't too keen on the food either.

    Whereas we went to California grill for our 5th anniversary and it was wonderful. They made a huge fuss of us. The service was outstanding and the food was second to none. Am quite disappointed its not open when we go this year as I would have loved to have gone back.



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    Thank you for your opinions :)

    We really want to go somewhere we havent been before and have a nice dinner, so we considered the above, maybe we need other options hahaha


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    Mari, have you tried the Blue Zoo?
    We have never had a bad meal there and it also has more of an adult feel to it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 299997
    Mari, have you tried the Blue Zoo?
    We have never had a bad meal there and it also has more of an adult feel to it.
    yep I agree with that!

    I didn't have high hopes for it, but actually we've had several great meals there.
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