Ulysses Prime Steakhouse
Ulysses, a tiny, superbly decorated restaurant in Cocoa Village, has received rave ratings from food critics for serving what may be the finest steak in east Florida, perhaps the whole state. Everything is excellent, but the porterhouse and Kobe A5 Ribeye Steak are spectacular, especially with Chocolate Demiglace de Veau. The lobster, fish and poultry are outstanding too. Reservations are a must, as Ulysses is one of those rare restaurants to which people will travel from afar.
Café Margaux, the sister restaurant of Ulysses, is much-honored and deserves it for its creative touches with classic European cuisine. Specialties include the likes of braised Veal Scallopini with Banana & Walnut Risotto (with) Gran Marnier Infused Demiglace sauce; Phyllo Encased Salmon with French Goat Cheese (and) Lime Lobster Sauce; and Crisp Roasted Long island Duckling (with) Sun Dried Cherry Stilton (and) Tangerine Daintree sauce. Desserts are excellent as well. Dinner reservations are recommended.