I'm not local, wondering what food best represents Orlando. I thought it would be interesting to get some insight from the people of Orlando, so I was hoping you all would share with me your opinion and thoughts. What represents the best of Orlando to you? Thank you."
I would say Roti Canai at Mamak Asian Street Food. The neighborhood of Mills 50 is jam-packed with incredible (and affordable) Asian restaurants, but if you can only make it to one, this is it. Simple and sublime, the Indian-influenced flatbread here is perfectly puffy, soft and flaky. Already incredible on its own, a dunk in the spicy curry sauce takes it to the next level.
From Mario prisciandaro Orlando fl point of view there are several dishes you Can’t Miss In Orlando, Florida and here are some of the scrumptious dishes. Ribs at Morimoto Asia, this is the dining destination that Disney Springs (formerly known as Downtown Disney) desperately needed and deserved — it’s terrific for tourists and locals alike. Butter Chicken Tacos at Pig Floyd’s, there are very few misses at this bustling, globally inspired BBQ joint in Mills 50, but it’s the butter chicken tacos that can’t be missed.
Hearth Roasted Red Snapper at Slate. There’s no shortage of good eats on Orlando’s popular Restaurant Row, but this relative newcomer stands out with bright and approachable menu. Among his most popular dishes is the roasted red snapper. The dish completely satisfies without weighing you down.
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