Junior's Diner & Mexican Grill
Address2920 Corrine Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-637-5793
Price$$
Scott's Review
A former greasy spoon diner now also offering Mexican dishes, though only for lunch and dinner.... Read more
Kadence
Address1809 Winter Park Road
CityOrlando
PhoneNone
Price$$$
Scott's Review
Kadence offers a unique dining experience, a multi-course omakase meal of the finest sushi and sashimi available. There are only nine seats, and you don't make a reservation, you buy a ticket (nonrefundable). No menu, the chefs make the choices and everyone is served the same thing at the same time. It is also one of the finest restaurants in the area.... Read more
Kings
Address8255 S. International Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-363-0200
Price$$
Scott's Review
Kings is smaller than Splitsville, and is spread out over one floor. It occupies a space on International Drive that used to be a Gooding’s grocery store. So now there are alleys instead of aisles. Although there are a couple of private rooms with their own lanes for party groups, most of Kings' 22 lanes are grouped together. You may not notice them at first because there are so many ultra large television screens hanging over them. Hope you’re not easily distracted as you try to roll the ball to his that sweet spot that will knock all 10 pins down. Also like Splitsville -- there’s really no way to do this without comparing; we’re talking about a genre here -- Kings strives to offer its guests more than your average old-style bowling alley food. I can still taste reheated frozen pizzas from my youth eaten with the same fingers that had just been placed in the holes on the balls where so many other fingers had been. And this was the pre-Purell era. But I digress. Kings’ menu is extensive (perhaps too much so). It has sandwiches and wraps, it has burgers, it has pizzas, it has sliders (different from burgers), it has salads and it has steak, chicken and seafood entrees. What... Read more
Kona Café
AddressDisney’s Polynesian Resort
Walt Disney World
CityOrlando
Phone407-939-3463
Price$$
Scott's Review

I’ve always thought of Kona Café as a sort of miniature California Grill, except without a view. The food has the same sort of creative bent, though. Seared ahi tuna and Asian-inspired dinner soups are some high points. Desserts are served with especial panache, and a press pot of coffee – Kona, of course – is a must.

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Liberty Tree Tavern
AddressMagic Kingdom
CityLake Buena Vista
Phone
Price$$$
Let's just ignore the irony of a place with Tavern in its name that does not serve alcohol (following the annoyingly out of date dictate of Walt Disney that the Magic Kingdom not serve even beer and wine). There are few choices inside the Magic Kingdom for full-service dining. This is one, but just like the others, the food is rather mundane and doesn't rise much above utilitarian. Here, the fare is served family-style on platters for you to dish out yourself.... Read more
Little New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar
Address9741 S. Orange Blossom Trail
CityOrlando
Phone407-438-6990
Price
Scott's Review
Just a little hole in the wall place, like so many eateries you'll find in New Orleans. Not everything is authentic. The jambalaya, for instance, bears no semblance to any you'd find in the Crescent City. But whatever it was was delicious. Wonderful oyster po'boy, too.... Read more
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Address1023 New York Ave.
CitySt. Cloud
Phone407-593-0233
Price$$
Scott's Review
Cozy little spot in historic downtown St. Cloud with inventive food.... Read more
Luke's Kitchen and Bar
Address640 S. Orlando Avenue
CityMaitland
Phone407-674-2400
Price$$$
Scott's Review
The newest project from the Luma on Park and Prato team is meant to be "classic American"; never mind the ceviches and French onion soup. ... Read more