Good food at Orlando but with restrictions (kids and tight budgets...)??
I'm headed to a big family vacation to Orlando with two kids (5 and 3) and requests to eat somewhere low - mid range in price. This removes most of my restaurants on my wish list (ravenous pig, luma on park, K, the rusty spoon, cask & larder, etc..)
Any recommendations that fit these restrictions that will have good food and hopefully not a chain and not completely catered to children?
We're open to all types of food/cuisines with the exception of sushi (another family member request...)
I have some ideas for you. I used to live close to Lake shore Reserve. You should really like Lake Shore it's a pretty new resort. Anyway here are some ideas.
While the Ale House is a chain (Florida which has expanded it may work well for your group) American fare, decent food)
Orlando Snack Cafe - Venezuelan food. They have great empanadas, lunch specials, black beans and rice, plaintains, pork etc is very good and very inexpensive.
Fortuna Bakery - The menu is all in spanish but they are very helpful. Little place serves up arepas, chorizo, empanadas, breakfast and lunch type foods, desserts.
Cafe Tu Tu Tango - It's mid range tapas be careful it can be expensive depending on what you order though. All pretty sharable and an interesting and fun. They have a menu with prices on their site:
Peperoncino - Italian. Lunch prices are decent I'm not sure how expensive dinner gets.