|Address||Walt Disney World Swan Resort|
|City||Lake Buena Vista|
|Address||710 N. Mills Ave|
|Address||8255 S. International Drive|
|Address||4012 Central Florida Parkway|
|Address||The Village Shoppes|
249 W. State Road 436
Named for one of the Crown Jewels, Kohinoor is indeed a gem. The lamb korma was wonderful. The yellow sauce was smooth and creamy and coated the tender bite-sized chunks of lamb. It was great spooned over a mound of fluffy basmati rice.
The vegetable biryani, a rice dish, was chock-full of such veggies as broccoli, cauliflower and green peas, plus some cashews and raisins. It was an ample and filling vegetarian alternative.
The naan, a thick, slightly leavened bread, was delicious.
The dining room is showing some signs of age and could use some updating, but the staff remains as friendly as ever.
|Address||Disney’s Polynesian Resort|
Walt Disney World
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.... Read more
|Address||1155 W. State Road 434|
Now in its 27th year, Korea House is not only the oldest Korean restaurant in the area it’s one of the oldest of any cuisine. When it was the only Korean game in town, KH modified its menu to offer some Chinese dishes for Americans unfamiliar with Korean food who might think there was no difference between the two Asian styles. But as more Korean restaurants started opening -- and as the local dining public became more sophisticated -- Korea House revamped its menu to be truer to its cuisine. Still doing what it does best, serving fine Korean favorites with kimchi on the side.... Read more
|Address||4501 E Colonial Drive|