Orlando's best Lunch Food
- Sandwich_Sister Mar 16, 2014 12:33 PM
Please share your favorite you lunch food from restaurants in the the area.
Pom Poms Sandwiches and soups
Hot Crust Panini - chicken sandwiches and cactus chili
Cedars Lebanese - Lunch menu
Memories of India - Lunch time Lamb Vindaloo
Zaza's - cuban - Ropa Vieja
Bahama Breeze (yes its a chain) - Fish tacos
4 Rivers Messy Pig sandwich with bacon wrapped jalapeno popper
All Italian Market - Lombardia Panini
Orlando Snack Cafe - Venezuelan, beef, black beans, and plantains
LaSpada's Original Cheesesteaks & Hoagies: LaSpada's Famous hoagie (my latest discovery, and the finest Italian sub I've ever had in Florida)
Turkish Kitchen: doner kebab platter with buttery lavas bread
Tako Cheena: the three-cheese arepa and panko-crusted cod taco
Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza: 12" "Paul and Young Ron" pizza (meatballs, sausage, ricotta cheese, and hot or sweet peppers) off the lunch menu
4 Rivers: the plain ol' brisket sandwich
Pho 88: any number of different noodle soups or banh mi sandwiches
Olea Mezze Grill (like a Greek/Mediterranean version of Chipotle): a couscous bowl topped with gyro meat or falafel, eggplant & red pepper spread, pickled onions, tomato/cucumber salad, and feta
re: Big Bad Voodoo Lou
I have yet to make it to Tako Cheena. - It's on my list.
I love Pho 88 and it's a great place to take people that have never had pho or a banh mi. The banh mi selection is rather inexpensive but decent and you can share it.
4 Rivers - wow I just went by the new larger Winter Park Location. I was astounded by how large it is compared to their original location.
Here's my favorite lunch in Orlando: Bánh Mì Nha Trang Subs, 1216 East Colonial Drive. Cash only ($3.50/ea) - buy five sandwiches and get #6 free. The proprietors are an uber-cute couple from Vietnam and they are so welcoming and helpful. And the husband (who takes the orders) always asks if you are eating the sandwich today "or tomorrow." If you say tomorrow, they cheerfully package the sandwich fillings separate from the bread - and equally cheerfully explain how to assemble the sandwich contents to achieve the perfect sandwich at home. These folks know their sandwiches and they are passionate about the food that they sell. Honestly, they should charge 10x the price for their sandwiches - and it would still be a bargain IMHO.