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Where is Chinatown in Orlando?

James Feb 26, 2006 02:33 PM

Does anyone know where Chinatown is in the Greater Orlando area? Are there many Chinese restaurants and grocery stores?

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    Bob Mervine RE: James Feb 26, 2006 03:00 PM

    The largest Asian population in Central Florida is Vietnamese, with many of the best restaurants and grocery stores located in an 8-10 block area centered at the intersection of (N-S) Mills Ave. (Highway 17-92) and (E-W) Colonial Drive (S.R. 50).
    The few good Chinese restaurants in town are scattered. Please review a few recent posts on this subject.
    My personal favorites include Winnie's, Eastern Pearl, Magic Wok. and Tasty Wok. Mostly cheap, mass-produced Chinese buffets predominate this market.


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      charlesluck2002 RE: James Apr 8, 2014 09:46 AM

      The location is 5060 W. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32808. There is 1st Oriental Supermarket which is big, and likely is bossed by Vietnamese. There is a cake shop which has favors of Asian style. Also has a Herbal/Acupuncture clinic and other traveling agencies. There is a seefood family restaurant. The taste is ordinary but pretty expensive. A dish of Jellyfish will cost you $18 but in the nearby supermarket a bag of same size is only $1.6. A dish of potato will be $10. These is Chinse idiom called: " Kill the acquaintance". Be careful of that.

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        INDIANRIVERFL RE: James Apr 8, 2014 10:09 AM

        You are 10 years too late. Splendid China has closed. Check out http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/....

        The food was not too bad the first few months of its' existence.

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