been a long day. You’re borderline hangry, but can't fathom the thought of
actually having to start cooking a meal for the family… not to worry! If you’re
on International Drive
, there are lots of dining
spots that us Orlando locals consider go-to restaurants for nights just like
time you’re stricken with hunger on I-Drive, dine like a local by popping over
to one of these 5 restaurants that come highly recommended from locals
ready to be wow’d with authentic modern Indian Cuisine. Each dish is crafted by
executive chefs who cook up the best in Indian cuisine, using authentic
seasonal ingredients, and taking only the best examples from every region.
food has a diverse mixture of flavors and tastes that reflect a variety of
cultures, racial structures and climate. When you receive your order, you will
have no doubt that the utmost thought and technique was used to prepare it,
every detail down to the in-house blend of aromatic spices used in each menu
item are sure to transport you to modern day India.
food is exquisite, and if you’re looking for a dining spot with a flavor for
every family member, a meal shared at Aashirwad
is a must.
a birthday, anniversary, or simply the fact that it is another beautiful day in
Orlando? Grab yourself a baked treat from this Brazilian bakery
. Every baked item you will
find here is baked fresh, daily, using only the finest ingredients… but you
don’t have to take our word for it, just order something, we’re sure you’ll be
able to taste the difference.
ready for a tasteful
food exploratory trip to Brazil when you bite into a variety of cakes,
pastries, and other treats made just the same as they would be if you were in
Feeling something savory?
Try their cheese bread, pizza roll snacks, or chicken drops. Or, maybe you’re
looking to satisfy a sweet tooth, in which case try any of their roll cakes,
mini cakes, sweet breads, or fruity options!
night! What can we say? Here on I-Drive, we love our sushi, but not just any
sushi. The freshest of the fresh, the cream of the crop if you will. This is
where Kingdom Sushi
comes in. They’ve got it
all, whatever kind of sushi you’re craving, you’ll find it on their menu. Or,
if you’re looking to try something new, they probably have something on their
menu that you’ve never seen before. If you consider yourself a ‘sushi lover’,
go to Kingdom Sushi for sushi, maki, sashimi,
nigiri, miso soup, salmon, tuna, or one of their many other entree options. You
can thank us later.
Pasta, steak, poultry, fish, and a famous stuffed veal chop;
Chef Vincenzo knows how to prepare an authentic Italian dish, because after all
practice makes perfect, and he's been whipping up your favorite Italian comfort
foods for over 20 years right here in Orlando.
Attention to detail, and unmatched efforts to seek local
ingredients, as well as the best imported items you can find, there’s no debate
that if you’re in the mood for authentic Italian dishes that are bursting with
flavors right out of Italy, this is the spot for you!
among locals and tourists alike, Chef and Owner Vincenzo Navarra
palate nightly with an array of flavors, all of which have you coming back for
more. Complemented by an extensive wine list and full bar, your choices are endless. And don’t forget about dessert and
aperitifs…they’ll make your meal all that much more special.
If you’re on the lookout for American classics, or want to
indulge in some breakfast for dinner, you’ll find what you’re looking for, and then some, at World Cafe
paninis, fish and chips, french fries, oh, and did we mention that their full
breakfast menu boasting everything from your traditional American breakfast
favorites to their delicious British Breakfast sandwiches, are available
all day long!
you’re looking for some good ole’ fashioned comfort food, bring the whole
family, come hungry and we’re sure everyone in your group will leave happy.
you’re an I-Drive local and needed a refresher about our local hidden gems, or want to
dine like a local during your next trip to I-Drive
; be sure to keep these 5
restaurants in mind next time you’re trying to find the answer to the
notoriously difficult question, “What’s for dinner?”