Poke Hana
Address1225 E. Colonial Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-601-0283
Price$$
Scott's Review
Poke Hana is one of the more recent entries among the the local poke providers. It occupies a rather spartan but colorful spot in a storefront on East Colonial Drive in the Mills 50 district. One supposes the decor is meant to approximate a beachside shack somewhere in Hawaii. There are long narrow tables (too narrow, really, for two people to sit across from one another) with yellow and white metal chairs that no one would ever look at and think, "Boy, those sure look comfortable." Touches of neon, ceiling fans with a rattan look, and a projector splashing a video of surfers on one of the walls completes the Maui-like mien.... Read more
Pop Thai
Address1227 N Mills Ave
CityOrlando
Phone407-203-5008
Price$$
Scott's Review
It’s a full service restaurant with a spartan but tasteful decor and exceptionally friendly service. I stopped in for a quick lunch just to check the place out and ordered the Mussaman Curry with chicken. Although the dish’s listing on the menu has a chili pepper next to it, this mussaman was mild, which is actually the way it should be. It has as its base a creamy coconut milk that’s fried with a paste filled with myriad spices, including cardamom, peppers, dried chili powder and cilantro. ... Read more
Sticky Rice
Address1915 E. Colonial Drive
CityOrlando
Phone321-800-6352
Price$
Scott's Review
There are several restaurants in the area that specialize in Asian street fare, but Sticky Rice sticks to the foods of Laos. The title dish comes in a plastic bag instead of a bamboo steamer as it might on the streets of Vientiane, but you eat it the same, by pulling off a bit with your fingers and dipping it into one of the provided sauces.... Read more
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
Tori Tori Pub
Address720 N. Mills Ave.
CityOrlando
PhoneNone
Price$$
Scott's Review
It's more bar than it is restaurant, and there is no table service – order food and drinks from the bartender and someone will bring your order to you. The food goes beyond bar food, however, and it's all quite good.... Read more
Yamasan Sushi & Grill
Address1606 N. Mills Ave.
CityOrlando
Phone407-228-1730
Price$$
Scott's Review
Yamasan Sushi & Grill is the latest restaurant to open at Mills Park. It’s a small restaurant with a very large and ambitious menu. Besides a full offering of sushi, Yamasan has hibachi and stone grill cook-at-your-table options as well as one-pot cooking, such as shabu shabu and sukiyaki. There are seven soups and 26 each of hot or cold appetizers (not counting variations on individual items, such as the Tuna Tartare that may be ordered a la Nobu or Morimoto).... Read more
Z Asian Vietnamese Kitchen
Address1830 E. Colonial Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-601-6024
Price$$
Scott's Review
Z Aisan Vietnamese Kitchen is one of the latest to join the Mills 50 lineup of eateries in what is historically the center of the city’s Asian community. It offers a more modernistic approach to the Vietnamese dining experience while still paying homage to the traditional recipes.... Read more
Ziggie's Pizza
Address603 Virginia Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-745-4483
Price$$
Scott's Review
Small pizza joint next to Thirsty Topher. Or your pizza and wait for it at the bar.... Read more
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