The gastronomy is in harmony with the whole of Orlando due to its huge range of restaurants: The city has more than 4000 restaurants and pretty much every well-known cuisine on earth is represented here. There are breakfast buffets, all-day dining restaurants, steak houses, and 5-star restaurants for foodies.
Each theme park has several outstanding full-service restaurants, while areas such as Disney’s center, Universal’s CityWalk and International Drive have a high concentration of dining outlets, including well-known chains such as Planet Hollywood, Hard Rock Café and Outback Steakhouse, a unique newcomer to the market like Joachim Slichal’s Tutto Italie Ristorante in Epcot. The selection for vegetarians is not very large, but there are a few exceptions, such as the Sweet Tomatoes and the Café Tu-Tu Tango.
The following restaurants are divided into three categories.
Expensive (over $ 45)
Moderate ( $ 15 to $ 45)
Inexpensive (up to $ 15)
It is the average price for a three-course menu per person with sales tax, but without tip (unless otherwise stated).
Victoria & Albert’s
High quality cloths from Frette, glassware from Riedel, all the registers are drawn in this restaurant. With only 18 tables in the main dining room, another five tables in the private fireplace room and a chef’s table in the kitchen, the atmosphere is more intimate than in many other Disney Resort restaurants. The atmosphere is reminiscent of a luxury hotel from the old days, but the culinary visions of chef Scott Hunnel are all in the 21st century.
Address: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, Orlando
Phone: (407) 939 34 63.
Todd English’s bluezoo
The great Bluezoo is one of the many restaurants in Orlando that is themed underwater. It is one of the best examples of different cuisines merging in one kitchen. The range of fish dishes is particularly large.
Address: Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort, Orlando
Phone: (407) 934 11 11.
The American master chef Emeril Lagasse has created this simply outstanding Asian / Pacific restaurant at Universal’s Royal Pacific Resort.
Address: 6300 Hollywood Way, Orlando
Phone: (407) 503 24 67.
This African-themed restaurant, which is Disney’s flagship restaurant, has an excellent cuisine that combines African and Asian influences.
Address: 2901 Osceola Pkwy, Bay Lake
Telephone: (407) 938 30 00.
Café Tu Tu Tango
A tapas restaurant with a few vegetarian specialties, the colorful interior of which is dedicated to the subject of artist colony. Live entertainment is on the program several times a week.
Address: 8625 International Dr., Orlando
Phone: (407) 248 22 22.
The 24-hour B-Line Diner in the charming Peabody Hotel serves a wide range of home-style dishes that suit the taste of the vast majority.
Address: 9801 International Dr., Orlando
Phone: (407) 352 40 00.
Salad lovers should not miss the Sweet Tomatoes, as the buffet dinner also offers delicious pizza, pasta and fresh bread.
Address: 6877 S Kirkman Rd, Orlando
Phone: (407) 363 16 16.