Four Seasons Orlando Dining


Recently I spent a long weekend at Four Seasons Orlando and will be doing a multi-part review of the resort. It is amazing, my new favorite resort. I didn’t want to leave. It was hard to pull away and go to Epcot Food and Wine which is saying a lot!


Restaurants of Four Seasons


PB&G is their outdoor poolside restaurant It is all covered and does have a breeze from the fans. The menu is amazing! From Poke bowls to fresh beet and burrata salads that you can add protein to, you cannot go wrong. There are so many super fresh and healthy options as well as the not so healthy options for those wanting to splurge on vacation. The watermelon and prosciutto and the beet and burrata with chicken salad are my favorite. I also had the appetizer of poke tuna that was so fresh and just the perfect late afternoon poolside snack to get you through to dinner.


The cocktails at PB&G are made from their own fresh syrups with little sugar, at the most it has agave. I had a vodka and grapefruit drink with a cantaloupe syrup that had no added sweetener, just the sweet from the fruit. My husband had a hass-arita which was very popular around the pools. It didn’t look appetizing but it was crazy good. It was made from half an avocado, tequila, and fresh sour mix.


Caps is their rooftop restaurant and bar. It has a Spanish influence with the best views of the fireworks from all three parks. We had a late dinner the night we arrived and we saw all the fireworks as we sipped our wine and ate dinner. To start, we had Pulpo (octopus salad) which was so so good. We love octopus and this had a great lemon vinaigrette. It was lightly fried which was different but the flavor was very good.   I again had a salad with grilled chicken (ensalada verde), my husband had the braised short ribs. The wine list was excellent as well!


Ravello is their Italian restaurant. For two people that don’t eat pasta, we found this to be a great meal as well. We had another amazing beet salad before I had the scallop special and my husband had Manzo which is their dry-aged ribeye. Holy flavor!


We also ate at Ravello for breakfast two of our mornings. We had options like made to order egg white omelets, green juices, sweet potato breakfast potatoes, quinoa, and fresh fruits of all varieties. I am still dreaming about their green juice. This is also where they have their Goofy and Pals character breakfast on select days but they offer the same breakfast upstairs in the lobby bar area if characters are not a need for you.

Rickety Split is their grab n go venue. They had great coffee options, macaroons, gelato, baked goods, wraps, yogurt parfaits, quinoa bowls. There are options for everyone in your travel party and every mood.

Bottom line, Four Seasons Orlando has some of the best restaurant options of any resort I have visited, Orlando and otherwise. If you are a healthier eater, a MUST to consider for your next Orlando vacation.


Written by Amy Westerman, CEO,  The Mouse Experts




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