Restaurant Listings
Peter's Kitchen Chinese Bistro
Address3922 E. Colonial Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-895-7184
Price$$
Scott's Review
The food here is Hong Kong style, which is a mix of Cantonese and Western, especially British because, you know, empire and all that. So is the food here authentic? Yes, it's authentic Hong Kong style.... Read more
Pho & Roll
Address3334 Curry Ford Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-930-6267
Price$
Scott's Review
Basic Vietnamese fare. Fewer choices than in some other pho-eries, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.... Read more
Pho 4 U
Address750 S. U.S. Highway 17-92
CityLongwood
Phone407-853-4496
Price$
Scott's Review
Simple pho and other Vietnamese dishes in simple surroundings.... Read more
Pho 88
Address730 N. Mills Ave. (US 17-92)
CityOrlando
Phone407-897-3488
Price$$

Pho means beef noodle soup and that’s the specialty here. The menu is a bit daunting with over a hundred items, but take your time and choose something that intrigues you.

Vietnamese soups are full meals and you’ll have a hard time eating everything. No need to bother with appetizers, but try the red bean “pudding” for dessert.

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Pho Vinh
Address657 N. Primrose Drive
CityOrlando
Phone407-228-0043
Price$$
Scott's Review
Like most of the other Vietnamese restaurants in the area, Pho Vinh’s menu is larger than you would think it would need to be. With over 180 items, the menu is a lot to take in and, well, digest. I knew I wanted soup when I visited, so instead of wading through the various pho, metaphorically speaking, I zeroed in on the section of the menu labeled “House Soups Specials.” How can you go wrong there?I selected the bun mang vit, or what is more commonly referred to as ol’ number 72. It was a beef-based soup with slender rice vermicelli noodles, the meat of a duck leg (sans bones) and miniature planks of bamboo shoots. Accompanying the soup were stacks of crunchy bean sprouts and fresh, green basil, plus some slices of jalapeno for heat and limes for tartness. A good, filling soup -- especially nice on cold days. The decor is pleasant, bright and tidy. Service was friendly and welcoming.... Read more
Pie-Fection
Address3120 S. Kirkman Road
CityOrlando
Phone407-523-2200
Price$
Scott's Review
The concept here it that you direct each aspect of the pizza-making process, beginning with the type of crust you'd like, the variety of sauce, cheese choice, and the myriad of toppings. A staffer assembles your pie at your whim and tosses it into a glass-front oven for baking. Pies are pretty good. Also serves a variety of salads and pasta dishes.... Read more
Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa
Address1326 N. Mills Ave.
CityOrlando
Phone407-203-0866
Price$$
Scott's Review
There's a lot to like about Pig Floyd's, the self described Urban Barbakoa, beginning with the whimsical name. I also like what they've done to the place. The tiny freestanding building at 1326 N. Mills Ave. has never looked better. And I liked most of the food I sampled, though I have to tell you that I have no idea what the speciality is here. It was only the ribs that truly disappointed. The half slab, served on a pig-shaped cutting board, I had on my first visit had a heavily charred crust, which is not necessarily a bad thing when we're talking about barbecue. But beneath the char the meat had turned nearly to mush.... Read more
Pinery (The)
Address295 NE Ivanhoe Blvd.
CityOrlando
Phone407-377-7576
Price$$$
Scott's Review
The Pinery is in the newly constructed Lake House Apartments high rise. Like its neighbor Russell’s, it shares a view of Lake Ivanhoe and pays homage in its name and logo to the area’s past as a pineapple grove. (The western strip of lakefront was once known as Russell’s Point.)... Read more