The Chef’s Table at Osprey Tavern is an Elegant Indulgence

Osprey Tavern's dining room

Upon entry to Baldwin Park’s new restaurant The Osprey Tavern, a world of epicurean decadence unfolds around you. Achieving a unique flair of Parisian fine dining and classic pub tenor, The Osprey presents discerning diners with a gourmet selection of seasonally inspired, farm-to-table shareables and plates along with expertly crafted cocktails, fine wine and beer.

Amuse course
The Chef’s Table begins with an “Amuse” course which consists of oysters with paddlefish caviar. (Photo by JB)

The Chef’s Table is the pinnacle of Osprey’s offerings, presenting a curated dining experience in an intimate environment. Enjoy personal attention from Executive Chef Joseph Burnett and his staff as they serve a traditional multi-course menu of signature dishes like the heirloom beet salad, alaskan king salmon and standing rib roast. Seated family-style in the open wine cellar, you’ll have excellent views of the action in the open kitchen, dining room and bar. Cost of the Chef’s Table is $100 per person including pairings.

heirloom beet salad
The heirloom beet salad that could have been conceived by Dr. Seuss is garnished with gooseberry, hazelnut, goat cheese and salmon roe. (Photo by JB)

Dining at Osprey Tavern anytime is a culinary adventure. During a recent media preview, I discovered that Burnett’s team of expert chefs rely on simplicity, letting the ingredients speak for themselves. The dining room is adorned with rustic ironwork, intricate tile and chandeliers to evoke a warm energy for any evening or occasion.

whole roasted chicken
Osprey’s whole roasted chicken is simply served with duchess potatoes, peas and carrots. (Photo by JB)

A central bar anchors the establishment, serving as the focal point and vibrant heart of the Tavern. Classic cocktails crafted from fine, small batch spirits, fresh squeezed juices and hand-cut ice and a charming wine list pair perfectly with any dish. Treat yourself to Happy Hour to enjoy $6 wine and cocktails and $4 craft beer along with a selection of $10 gourmet pizzas and $1 oysters. Happy Hour runs Tuesday through Thursday from 5-6:30pm.

The Alaskan king salmon
The Alaskan king salmon is served atop gnudi (like gnocchi without the pasta), black radish, artichokes and shellfish broth. (Photo by JB)

The Osprey Tavern
Tues – Thurs, 5:30-10pm
Fri – Sat, 5:30-11pm
Sunday, 5:30-10pm
4899 New Broad Street
Orlando, FL 32814
407-960-7700
www.ospreytavern.com

 

standing rib roast
You better sit down for this standing rib roast with tomatoes, romaine, morrel mushrooms and rutabaga puree. (Photo by JB)
chocolate caramel
The Chef’s Table was capped off with a chocolate caramel consisting of flourless chocolate cake, salted caramel, caramelia cream and roasted cocoa nib ice cream. (Photo by JB)

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