John Knox Village Of Central Florida
Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Don Wiggins★★★★★ 11 months ago
This review is in response to the lady, two years ago, who thought food at John Knox Village was one step above "Institutional" quality, My wife and I were guests at 'SH Cranes Dining' last night and the whole experience could not have been any better had we been at a 5 star restaurant. The room was elegant, the service was top notch and the four course dinner was 'to die for'. My King Crab legs and my wife's Filet Mignon couldn't be beat anywhere. We wholeheartedly recommend this 'Fine Dining' facility, and the amenities offered at John Knox Village appear to be 'top of the line'.
Samantha Johnson-Ajanaku★★★★★ a year ago
It's a good place to work for, but unfortunately there is a woman that works in Majestic Oaks that is a new unit manager and she harasses some of the employees and is very rude, tries to come up with any way or excuse she can to get you in trouble or terminated. She wakes residents up at 11:00 at night just to ask them questions over and over again that have already been answered. She herself is a terrible employee and I think that she definitely does NOT meet the "John Knox Ways."
Jane Culpepper★★★★★ a year ago
John Knox Village is .....A little bit of Heaven on earth! .....It's like "Jane's Garden gone wild" with amazing trees, sandhill cranes (some with newborns), other birds, wild turkeys, squirrels, anoles, gorgeous plants, flowers, lake, wetlands, MANY activities and the nicest, friendliest people on earth. I couldn't ask for anything more than the opportunity to live here with my two companion dogs. And I am still near many of my dear friends, (a blessing), GREAT food and weather. Who could possibly ask for anything more????.............. ????
Tiffany Nigro★★★★★ 3 years ago
This is being written at the request of my mother (who has been a resident for the past 6+ years) and her resident friends. At one time, John Knox had a great reputation for outstanding, gourmet-quality cuisine. Unfortunately, that is no longer true. Today, it is one step above institutional quality. The names of the dishes and their printed description are still interesting and sound good, but they are bland and mediocre with a poor presentation. Since the change of chef a few years ago, the quality, taste and appearance has decreased. In the past, the residents were proud to play host for family and outside-friend gatherings in the dining rooms, but not so much now. Those residents I know continually apologize for the lack of quality. This is sad. These people pay a significant amount to live in this community and a major marketing component is its' dining experience. While the dining facilities and serve staff remain excellent, the food is poor. I have made several 2-week visits to my mother over the years and have experienced the change in quality. Given how important the dining experience and social "get-together" is to the residents on a daily basis, it is sad to note the decrease in quality. It is time for a major over-haul of chef and kitchen staff. Hopefully, the overseers of John Knox Village will take this to heart and ensure quality changes in food offerings, taste and presentation to bring it back up to its former standards of excellence.
Amy Kauper★★★★★ 3 years ago
Great place, the best retirement community my parent's found in Florida!
|License Effective Date||2014-04-10|
|License Expiration Date||2016-04-09|
|Facility Type||Assisted Living Facility|
|Mailing Street||101 Northlake Drive|
|Mailing City||Orange City|
|Owner||John Knox Village Of Central Florida Inc.|
|Owner Since Date||1992-05-01|
|Facility Administrator||Tammy L Junior|
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