That One Spot
Address10968 W. Colonial Drive
CityOcoee
Phone407-877-7575
Price
Scott's Review
Small, grungy (in a good way), and very youthful but unfortunately without adult supervision. ... Read more
Theo's Kitchen
Address2952 Curry Ford Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-849-0810
Price$
Scott's Review

Nothing fancy at this relocation of a longtime purveyor of gyros and fried chicken (stick to the gyros). It's counter service, but the space is bright and tidy. The sandwiches are fully stuffed, and you will be, too.

 

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Tin & Taco
Address40 W. Washington St.
CityOrlando
Phone407-425-4340
Price$
Pleasantly grungy recent entry to the popular craft taco field. Some creative offerings, mostly good, but don't expect much in the way of helpful service.... Read more
Tin & Taco SoDo
Address419 E. Michigan St.
CityOrlando
Phone407-734-5988
Price$
Scott's Review
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Too Much Sauce
Address1430 N. Mills Ave.
CityOrlando
Phone407-270-7747
Price$
Scott's Review
I cringed just a little when I first heard about Too Much Sauce, not because of the name, which is indeed cringeworthy, but because it is yet another in the long line of assemblage restaurants. Maybe it wasn't a cringe; it might have been an eye roll. I definitely sighed. But I found this new restaurant in the Mills 50 district to be absolutely charming and much less annoying than the average choose-from-each-column concept. And, not incidentally, the food was good.... Read more
Tornatore's Cafe & Pizzeria
Address3818 Edgewater Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-292-2248
Price$
Scott's Review
Formerly Caffe Positano, this charming neighborhood restaurant changed its name after it was featured in an episode of Food Network's "Restaurant: Impossible." It's basic Italian/American fare, but it's all done well. Pizza slices are New York perfect. Most dishes are pasta centric, but they're all good.... Read more
Townhouse Restaurant
Address139 N. Central Avenue
CityOviedo
Phone407-365-5151
Price$
Scott's Review
Sometimes being evicted can be a good thing. The Townhouse Restaurant — or Town House, you’ll find it both ways, even on its website (or web site, if you prefer) — has been part of downtown Oviedo for decades. Some might even say it WAS downtown Oviedo. It had occupied a little box of a building at the corner of Broadway Street and Central Avenue on a spit of land triangulated by Railroad Street. To call it rustic would be an understatement. It looked its age and was often unkempt. But it was comfortable, and it had a dedicated and loyal base of customers who were horrified when it was announced, in 2014, that the Townhouse house would be torn down to accommodate the broadening of Broadway. But it didn’t mean the end of the Townhouse. It found new digs only several hundred feet up Central Avenue and now has more seating in a spacious restaurant with volume ceilings, a pleasant outdoor patio overlooking the Florida Trail bike path and a parking lot (which seemed to be used a lot by bikers who may or may not have been eating at the restaurant). And the old Colonial style sign has even been incorporated into the new building.... Read more
Uncommon Catering & Eatery
Address2942 Curry Ford Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-985-1174
Price$
Scott's Review
When Uncommon Catering, a culinary service that started in 2015 using the incubator kitchen at East End Market, decided earlier this year to relocate to a storefront on Curry Ford Road, it added the words & Eatery to its name. The idea of owners Tara Vernau and Travis Smith was to offer a small dine-in space as well as foods to go while continuing to operate a catering business out of their very own kitchen.... Read more