Need Orlando advice
We will be in Orlando on business and are looking for a good food experience (no theme park food). We'd like a taste of Florida with fresh local ingredients used creatively so Norman's appealed to me from the posts I've seen. And, we don't want something we can get in New York, so I've eliminated Todd English.
I'm not a meat eater so I'm guessing I should eliminate the Ravenous Pig unless someone tells me we shouldn't miss it. We have 3 nights and I've narrowed the list to the following:
Luma on Park
Le Coq au Vin
Thanks for any advice you can give me.
Completely agree with Napa. I would take Season's 52 off to put Napa on.
If you also eat fish and seafood then Ravenous Pig would be okay for Lunch or dinner. If you don't a lunch there with one of their salads would be good. Check out the options here: http://www.theravenouspig.com/food-dr...
Do you eat seafood? If so Luma is a must - great fish selections there. While Ravenous Pig does love its meat, they also are big on seasonal products and seafood - don't skip it based on the name. Primo is known for its garden so it should be a good option for you, but I've only found it ok. While the tapas aren't really inventive, the vegetable dishes at Ceviche downtown are the best things on the menu so that could work. Finally, we have great Indian food here in Orlando so you may want to try Woodlands - it's not fancy but the food is really really good and 100% vegetarian.