Top 5 restaurants in Orlando

It’s got to be said that Orlando isn’t known for its food, but it really should be. Cuisine of all kinds can be enjoyed in the Orange County and there are some really fantastic top restaurants you should try and factor into your stay in O-Town. Below we’ve taken a look at five of the best and urge you to give them all a try.

Jiko

Jiko offers a diverse and different range of foods that are unlike anything else you’ve ever tasted. With African inspiration Jiko is a must-visit restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. The food is so exotic and outstanding that you will be able to find something for everyone. Even picky eaters will be satisfied, and there’s also a fantastic wine list.

Jiko

Norman’s

Located in the Ritz-Carlton Great Lakes you can expect luxury aplenty at Norman’s. It’s one of the higher end restaurants out there and Chef Norman Van Aken does all he can to ensure the cuisine available is second to none. Described as “New World” there will be tasty morsels you’ll remember for a lifetime and Norman’s offers an extra degree of class and quality that can be much needed after days spent at Disney.

Christner’s

Christner’s gives you all you need when it comes to meat. In the Winter Park areas you can settle down to some of the best cuts Orlando has to offer and it’s especially known for its succulent prime lobster and traditional supper club. You won’t be disappointed by the wine list either. Guests have also described the service as very impressive.

Victoria & Albert’s

Victoria and Albert’s is one of the best known luxury restaurants in Orlando. It’s situated in Disney’s Grand Floridian resort and it’s renowned as a high-end celebration destination. If you stop by here you will experience a once in a lifetime meal. It’s all about class, formality and style –  so don’t forget your dinner jacket, and the service is the best Orlando has to offer. Perhaps somewhere to visit without the kids.

Victoria & Albert's

Cress

Hari Pulapaka is the hugely lauded and talented chef at Cress. The menu is unique and different and gives guests something to talk about. Pulapaka has refined some truly original flavour combinations which foodies won’t want to miss and it stands out against the crowd in the rest of Deland.

If you’re a food fanatic then you’ll ceraintly want to make time to visit these restaurants during a stay in Orlando. Even if if you’re lucky enough to be staying in one of the luxury resorts it’s well worth venturing out to enjoy some truly fantastic cuisine, and explore all that Orlando has to offer.

James Mannings is Co-Founder of Top Villas.

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