Waitress wasn't very knowledgeable about possibilities of adding to or taking from the items we were choosing from the menu. We made our selections, and after what seemed to be a long time, our food arrived.
Seems to be the type of place that only the “locals” get any leeway” in their ordering. On chilly day we go and have breakfast on Daniel during our 5 weeks.
Wife went with simple tomatoes Parmesan along with eggs, hash browns and bacon. I went with special of eggs, pancakes at bacon.
All was fine and food was very good especially the service. Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
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There are plenty of options for fine dining here on Daniel, and when you combine good food with sea breezes and beautiful gulf views, you get a recipe for paradise. Named after long time Islander Jimmy Cyprian, Caps offers indoor and outdoor dining in a casual atmosphere.
Recently named a “Hidden Gem” by News Press food critic Jean Le Blue Brimming with Daniel charm, Doc Ford’s is a place where locals go to relax and enjoy an evening with friends.
Norman die Seaside Café : The restaurant at the renowned West Wind Inn is open to anyone, and you won’t want to miss it! Any time of day, you can enjoy a delicious meal while basking in the cool breezes and taking in the spectacular ocean view.
Give us a call anytime, and we’ll be happy to help you get started on finding a terrific place to live. The places that are just average still draw huge crowds in the high season, so if you are going to wait a long time for a table, lets at least make sure its worth the wait.
I went through the reviews for all the Daniel Island restaurants on both TripAdvisor and Yelp and tried to combine the ratings for both into a list that seemed accurate. Note: Blue Coyote Supper Club has recently closed, it will be reopened under new management.
This really was not a difficult choice as the top spot, as it is the highest reviewed Daniel restaurant on both TripAdvisor and Yelp. Located right off the beach on San Cap Road, sits the Mad Hatter.
A quirky and eccentric exterior reveals an elegant dining room inside. This is one of the most expensive restaurants on the island so be prepared for that, it's definitely a splurge kind of place for me.
This restaurant is absolutely gorgeous, and the food doesn’t take a back seat to the ambiance. In true Italian style, you are treated like family the minute you walk in.
The Denseness Crab Ravioli is probably one of my favorite meals here, although the Veal Oslo Bunco gives it a run for its money. Like Mad Hatter, it is a bit pricey as well, so expect to pay $30-40 for an entrée and sides.
They do offer a fantastic Happy Hour menu from 4:30 to 6 (check out the menu http://ilcielosanibel.com/menu/happy-hour-menu/) which can be a great way to experience this top Daniel Island restaurant on a budget. That is a pretty good description, as they serve delicious French comfort food.
I encourage you to check the menu (http://bleurendezvous.com/ Daniel -island-french-bistro-menu/) before making a reservation. I highly recommend the Seafood Vol-Au Vent, described on their menu as “Puff Pastry Treasure Chest filled with Maine Lobster Tail, Grouper, Shrimp, Scallop, Sherry-ed Lobster Cream Sauce”.
Blue Render Vows offers some of the unique and adventurous cuisine of the restaurants on Daniel Island. The reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp are generally excellent, just not quite as high as the first 3 on our list.
Because of their effort to locally source ingredients, the menu frequently changes. Doc Ford’s Yucatán Shrimp was really happy to see this restaurant made our TripAdvisor and Yelp best list.
Pro-tip: Order extra bread to dip in your Yucatán sauce, thank me later. They serve A LOT of Yucatán Shrimp, and for good reason.