Stephen M. Dowell, Orlando Sentinel
August 23, 2008
There is much more to fine dining than great food. It's about the setting. It's about the wait staff. And it's about creating an environment in which every customer feels special. Chatham's Place has been the total package since 1989. At the restaurant, which has a long history of stellar hospitality, even the small things aren't taken lightly. From the chef's amuse treat in the cozy entryway, to the olive noshes that appear on the table as soon as you are seated, it's clear you are in for a meal that defines fine dining.
Pictured: Rack of lamb, crabmeat en croute (upper right), bread with feta cheese dip and tropical salad.