10 Best Restaurants in Orlando
A trip to Orlando will definitely include lots of fun in the sun, but when you get a bit tired of your skin getting cooked, it’s time to find a good meal. Orlando has plenty to do, including some great restaurants, here is a look at the 10 best restaurants in Orlando.
10. Pizza Bruno
Everyone has their go-to pizza spot, and after trying one of Pizza Bruno’s Neapolitan pizza’s, you will have your new favorite place to consume copious amounts of pizza pies.
9. Black Rooster Taqueria
If you enjoy stuffing your face with Mexican food, you will more than likely enjoy eating here. If you’re concerned about making healthy choices, the Black Rooster will take care of you with their health-conscious options.
A perfectly hot bowl of ramen noodles is what you will be getting when you walk into Domu, but the tapas style plates will have you coming back over and over again.
7. Da Kine Poke
This place started as a food truck in 2016, but now their restaurant on Orange Avenue is serving up some of the best poke in the city, a bowl that is growing in popularity all over North America.
6. Muddy Waters
The tastes of New Orleans can be found right here in Orlando. At Muddy Waters, your belly will be stuffed with po boys and all the jambalaya you can handle.
5. Tin and Taco
We already know you like tacos, so you’re going to enjoy Tin and Taco. They also have craft beer, which makes for two things you really enjoy.
4. Bulla Gastrobar
This restaurant is perfect for you and your group of friends to come enjoy great food, great drinks, and most importantly loud, hearty laughs with one another.
3. Ace Cafe Orlando
This place has changed its name a couple times, but it is now the best place to get your British pub fixing. Whether it is the bangers and mash or the meatloaf, they’re all capable of busting your belt.
2. Hunger St. Tacos
Once you walk up to Hunger Street Tacos you’ll feel like you’re in Mexico City and the food will increase the feeling even more. You will be stuffing your face with the best tacos that Orlando has to offer.
1. Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’
Florida may not be the first state you think of when you hear “Southern cuisine”, but once you pick up your fork and knife at this restaurant you’ll understand why it should be. The food here will have you drooling, even after you’re done eating.