In relative terms, Central Florida has a dearth of good Chinese restaurants, but there are some gems among the few. One of my favorites -- and the one I think is most authentic -- is Ming’s Bistro. They do traditional dim sum cart service, and it isn’t unusual to find ducks hanging about. (Cooked ones, not live ducks.) I suspect but have never verified that there is are two menus, one for Chinese customers and one for Westerners. If you can, convince your server that you really want to try something traditional. If she mentions anything involving General Tso, just get up and leave, but I doubt that will happen.
I’m also a fan of Eastern Pearl, although the food here tends to blend the traditional with the creative. The surroundings are a bit more upscale than you’ll find at most area restaurants, so it makes a good choice if you want to combine the day’s two celebrations.