The planet hollywood is a nice place to eat...
You can get this as a side bonus ( one of your free choices with a disney package...so the price won't shock you.. It is not the cheapest place to eat. But the food is excellent and the service was very good...
We did have to wait about 45 minutes but that was not to bad, so plan ahead...
All around the cafe there are things from certin movies,props and items from rocky,the rocket man, Hocus Pocus etc......
It is kind of neat to walk around and see them..
If you can I would try to eat here at least once just to experiance it..
Favorite Dish: All of our food was great...
I had a steak with the little red potatos
and salard, it was very good.....
This was my very first Planet Hollywood experience and I have to say that I absolutely had a great time. Patrick and I enjoyed walking around the restaurant viewing all the different exhibits that were on display. Rich was thrilled because they had part of a scene from Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas. As for the food well it was absolutely delicious. I enjoyed an order of crab cakes which were served with sautéed vegetables and home made mashed potatoes. I followed up my meal with the brownie dessert. To drink I had a frozen raspberry margarita. Richie had the chicken fajitas with a bowl of vanilla ice cream and to drink a traditional frozen margarita. All the children had chicken nuggets and french fries as their meal. Our wait staff was really friendly and helpful in keeping us within our dining plan. We did have a good laugh when one of our wait staff tried to serve our desserts to another table. Overall we all loved this place and will definitely pay it a visit on our next trip. This place gets busy really fast, I highly suggest that you make reservations ahead of time.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Restaurant : 11am - 1am
Bar: 11am - 2am
Merchandise Shop: 10:00am - 2am
Favorite Dish: The crab cakes were extra yummy and the tarter sauce they served along with them seemed to have a bit of an extra kick to it, I think it may have had a dash of horse radish in it.
Some people don't like chain restaurants but I think Planet Hollywood offers entertainment and a pretty good meal for the money. I've eaten at quite a few Planet Hollywoods from London and Honolulu to San Diego and Orlando. Each restaurant has large screens throughout the dining areas showing a melange of movie clips and each different Planet Hollywood has its own large collection of movie memorabilia. I love movies so I can't help but love this place. The service is good and the meals are standardly good but certainly not gourmet.
Prices has risen at Planet Hollywood just as at other restaurants, but in comparison to similar fare inside Disney World, the prices might be considered very reasonable indeed! It's also a good place to bring children--they will definitely be entertained. The last time we ate at this particular Planet Hollywood, "Carrot Top" the entertainer was having dinner here.
Favorite Dish: I especially like the appetizers and pasta dishes.
personally, I don't see the joy in staring at a glass encased jacket worn by Julia Roberts (unless perhaps, she is wearing the jacket at the time) but there is a huge market for this type of nonsense. Sadly, I won't be joining you for dinner.
Favorite Dish: water with lemon
planet hollywood is a theme restaurant that show cases movie memorabilia. like the hard rock cafe and the house of blues the restaurant decor is more memorable than the food. if you are a movie buff the planet hollywood is worth checking out.
The ambience is..exciting. The building on the outside is nice...It was the only place that was open and would let us in when we got there , at 11:00 p.m. on a Friday night... so, that's was one of its BIGgest Pros.
The food was ok, but the place was pretty expensive. Some appetizers, a few burgers, a couple of drinks an the bill was soaring...and mind you, I say this after spending 2 weeks in Manhatten (Great food, and lots of $$$$).
We had just gotten out from a movie at AMC and decided to stop into Planet Hollywood for some food and drinks. We gave our name to the hostess and climbed the stairs to the restaurant. The wait was about 10 minutesbefore we were seated at a table. The DJ was playing some great 80's music. There were very few children around since it was almost 10pm (which is always great to me). Our waiter came and tok our drink order rather quickly. Liz wanted a Strawberry Dacquiri and I had a vanilla milkshake. Liz was very happy with her drink and I loved the thick shake. We dediced to split some appetizers so we ordered the sliders and the Parmesan Spinach Dip . The sliders were very good and tasty with Russian dressing. The Spinach dip was bubbly and warm with crunch tortilla chips. It was fun having a nice snack and some drinks with some retro 80's music bringing us back some childhood memories.
We ate at the Planet Hollywood after an afternoon at DTD.
I have to say the whole experience was a complete let down. Our server was useless - it wasn't that he was busy, he just gave the whole impression he couldn't care less. We struggled to get drink refills - the meal was cold when it came...after waiting 40 minutes for it, when the place wasn't even very busy as it was only 5pm.....I asked for some BBQ sauce, which he didn't get, so asked someone else - then he made a rude comment about 'Well don't ask me then' - compared to other places in Orlando, it was awful.
I wouldn't eat here again if you paid me! Maybe it was a bad day - but cold food & ignorant servers....no thanks!
Favorite Dish: I had the delight of the chicken wrap & stone cold fries! mmm, yummy! We then stupidly tried our luck at a dessert - we should have known it would have been as bad - I had cheesecake which was still frozen in the centre....& I'm not talking a little, I mean full blown ice, lol!
The food is sooo bad, I have been to this restaurant 2 times the first time I was 21 and after my food I was sick and it wasn't because I over-ate. I put it down to jet lag, so I went back there several years later and had the same experience even though this time no jet lag.
Food is bad, interesting enough for a walk around to look at it but don't stick around for the food, save your stomach for something better.
Last night on Saturday June 24th, 2006 My husband & I & another couple ate dinner at Planet Hollywood, Orlando. What a mistake this was. My friends & I ordered the potato skins with extra bacon & also some chicken wings, to share as our meal. My husband ordered the "Ribeye" steak dinner with fries. When our order came out our potato skins had no bacon on them & my husbands steak & fries were very overcooked. Usually you are given a chance to complain to your server about any concerns, but our server was no where to be found, until it was time to give us the check. I had to get up out of my seat, to get the steak sauce. I understand that the restaurant is busy but all customers deserve some attention. What bothers me the most is that approximately 3 1/2 hours later my husband became extremely ill. In the eight years I have been with him I can honestly say he NEVER gets sick. He has gotten food poisoning from the steak! There is no reason for this to happen. He had noticed an unfamilar taste to the steak, but he thought maybe they had used their own special seasoning on the steak. Here it is 14 hours later & he is still feeling really bad. I do not recommend that anyone order the ribeye dinner from there. There is no telling how long that meat has gone uninspected for freshness. We spent $100.00 in that restaurant & for what? I would have felt better goving the money to someone who really needed it, then wasting it on this experience. We will never frequent this particular establishment ever again. BEWARE all future steak eaters.
Thank you so much,
A VERY DISSATISFIED CUSTOMER
Favorite Dish: CAN THERE POSSIBLY BE ONE?
My family & I have loved Planet Hollywood for years, but we will NEVER go back again! The prices have increased dramatically. We are a family of six and our bill was over $212.00! This bill is not the result of any alcohol (we do not drink at all) and four of us ordered waters. I asked the waiter if Planet Hollywood did anything for birthdays since my four children, yes, quadruplets, were celebrating their birthday. He said that they put it on the overhead projector. I told him that would be great and thanked him. He came back to the table and told us that the quadruplet’s desserts were on the house. I have this on my video camera. After we ate, he brought 4 dessert menus for the kids to pick from and each one picked a different dessert. He brought them out and lit each one with a candle. My husband and I sang “Happy Birthday!” At the end, we were charged $8 plus tax and 18% gratuity for the desserts. I ask the waiter about this and his response was the following, “You did not think we were going to cover four desserts did you?” I sat there in shock and I will NEVER go back! Wendy Davis, PhD Cand., Trussville, AL 35173 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Favorite Dish: The food is way over priced! Do you really want to pay over $20 for a hamburger?
Just back from Florida and went to Planet Hollywood with the family. Had chicken wings for starters and New York Strip steak. Wings were excellent and the steak was one of the best I have ever had. That coupled with music video's in background made it an excellent experience. Would defo recommend it!
Wife gave the bathroom a 1 star for cleanliness. I agree but for a different reason. What kind of place that doesn't have dancers has a restroom attendant? What is this, the Pink Pony in ATL. I didn't notice the restroom smell over the cheap cologne scent. Do we really need to feel pressured to wash & make a purchase in the bathroom. The food was ok. Fajitas with beef were good. The vege fajitas were piled high with broccoli? Go figure. The kids liked the decorations & ate the usual chicken & french fries. Having a dairy allergy the chef made a tableside visit to customize my order. Very nice touch but its standard at Disney. Movie stuff is cool if you like that sort of thing. I guess it's the HardRock for Movies. Visit to see the decorations but don't set the bar too high if you appreciate more than standard franchise restaurant food.
Favorite Dish: None
The food was okay. I ate the Pomodoro and some breadsticks. The liquor however was a different story. I ordered a Grey Goose and tonic and was served some cheap well liqour like Skoal for the Grey Goose price. Can you say Rip off!!!!
we turned up 1/2 hour before our booking time so we could have a drink at the bar 1st. We were told we could not go to the bar because the music was to loud inside to hear your name being called to the table. so we waited outside, where the music was too loud for us to hear our name being called to the table????, PS I am not some one who hates loud music, I used to be a drumer.
once inside the waitress could not hear us ordering our meal. the consiquence was we had 2 wrong starters. The table next to ours also had the same truoble.
The main course ordering was better as we had decided to act as if we could not speak and pointed to the pictures on the menu, this worked. it was just a shame that the food was bad.
one dish was spaggetti with a tin of tomatoes mixed in, another was what can only be described as a victoria sponge with corned beef and tomatoes. Perhaps I got there on a bad day, but my advice is to save your money and go to the rainforest cafe or even McDonnalds and take your ipod
Favorite Dish: the Coke, it retains its fizz, but the ice cubes melts to quick