2030 West Colonial Drive Best Western Orlando West Orlando, FL 32804
In the mood for a Tinsel Town fix? Consider a trip here. Celebrity Delly located in a Best Western Orlando West hotel, is known both for the pictures of celebrities lining its walls and for its huge sandwiches. The "Mighty Milty" pastrami sandwich proves popular, as does the roast-beef-and turkey "Brando" sandwich. Complement your meal with a side of steak fries or a hefty slice of New York cheesecake. It also offers a full breakfast menu.
You'll find large, eclectic crowds at this cleanly designed, modern cafe housed in a Mediterranean-style building in downtown Orlando. You might start with the Chopped Eggplant and Garlic and proceed to such entrees as Filet Mignon topped with a cabernet sauce and porcini mushrooms and Angel Hair pasta served with fresh shrimp and pesto sauce.
Some restaurants just look like fun, and this is one of them. Management serves up slow-cooked beef in a dining area festooned with tiny white Christmas lights. Part of a beat-up camper is mounted over the bar itself and scenes depicting the life of Elvis Presley have been carved into the bathroom walls. While you're enjoying the kitsch, dine on a Pork Platter, a jambalaya special and add a side order of collard greens.
Baja Burrito Kitchen is a casual restaurant, festooned with murals depicting beach scenes and serves good Mexican food with a California flair. The Baja burrito, stuffed with grilled steak, black beans, cheese and sour cream, is a popular choice, as is the Fish Taco. The combo platter offers grilled chicken, black beans, seasoned rice and tortillas. Fans of spicy food will appreciate the salsa bar, which offers six tongue-numbing concoctions.
This inexpensive, casual downtown restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating amid the bustling surroundings. Carved from a former auto body shop, Anthony's Pizza Cafe is a haven for downtown denizens looking in search of a quick Italian fix. Cheese garlic bread is a popular option with the restaurant's pasta options but those looking for lighter fare might opt for submarine sandwiches and pizzas.
This downtown favorite serves more than 150 authentic Vietnamese dishes. The décor is casual, with dark floors, tables topped with hunter green linens, and white walls graced with colorful paintings. Guests here enjoy inexpensive Vietnamese delicacies including Vietnamese Pancake, stuffed with pork, shrimp, and sprouts, stir-fried shrimp with rice, and pork and minced shrimp served over noodles. Beer and wine are available. Reservations are suggested, particularly on weekends.
If you've ever dined in one of the neighborhood Italian eateries in such cities as New York, Philadelphia and Boston, you'll feel right at home at Gargi's, where a relaxed crowd gathers. You might start with the Stracciatella or a hot eggplant antipasto. For a main course, the Chicken Cacciatore and the Spicy Shrimp Fra Diavolo are popular. Don't pass up dessert; the cannolis are a must. Gargi's is open through the week for both lunch and dinner.
You don't go to the Fillin' Station Sports Bar for the decor, you go for the hamburgers. Named "best burger" by the Orlando Sentinel, the Fillin' Station's specialty is a huge and juicy patty topped, at the customer's request, with cheese and other traditional fixings. The clientele is a mix of families and sports fans. That gas-station theme is enhanced by many televisions on which the big games of the season are shown.
If you're in the mood for an inexpensive home-style breakfast at a typical American diner, Daybreak Diner is the place. Popular dishes include the '1-by-4', a single egg, with bacon, sausage link and a pancake. If you're hungry, consider the '2-by-4', double the food at double the price. Omelets are light and filled with interesting ingredients, pancakes are fluffy and the biscuits and gravy taste good. Breakfast entrees and other selections are served all day.
K Restaurant is gaining kudos from both patrons and media for its contemporary American cuisine. Today the sharply focused flavors of Executive Chef/Owner Kevin Fonzo's eclectic menu continue to draw local and national acclaim. The artistic energy coming from the K kitchen is skillfully reflected in their cuisine. Each day the menu changes to integrate only the freshest ingredients. Whether it's lunch or dinner, steak or seafood, all of the culinary creations are brilliantly complimented by vibrant colors, varied textures and sensual seasonings. The entire menu - tantalizing appetizers, exquisite main courses, and decadent desserts - offers a wonderful diversity of flavors with influences from all corners of the globe.
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