Over the last 20 years in business, the staff at Café Perks has mastered the art of eggs. In fact, its breakfast menu kicks off with a plethora of ova options fittingly referred to as an Eggstravaganza. Sharing space with the eggy stars are ham, sausage, gyro meat, and new york steak. Diners in the mood for something sweet can opt instead for griddlecakes or french toast. The restaurant's lunch menu boasts a repertoire of sandwiches, pitas, soups, and salads that make the lunch hour break up the day more effectively than ripping a desktop calendar in half.
The crafty culinarians at Polonia, winner of a Silver Spoon Award for Best Ethnic Food from Orlando Home & Leisure, whip up an array of made-from-scratch Eastern European eats, including pierogi, kielbasa, and blintzes with traditional cooking methods. In addition to Polonia’s selection of authentic Polish entrees, deemed “delightfully edible adventures” by the East Orlando Sun, the ethnic eatery tantalizes taste buds and slakes thirst with a scrumptious selection homemade desserts and a unique assortment of Polish beers and wines.
Warm orange walls decked with traditional Indian tapestries ensconce guests at Flavors of India. Within that setting, high-backed leather booths and white-linen clothed tables set the scene for authentic feasts of Indian fare. The restaurant's chefs prepare traditional dishes flavored with Indian herbs and spices, such as boti kebab and chicken vindaloo, for dinner. The daily lunch buffet, meanwhile, enables guests to enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast without the endless supply of disguises and six fake mustache varieties needed to make a full lunch out of the grocery store's samples.
The chefs at Alex's concoct a spread of homestyle chicken, beef, pork, and fish dishes that evoke a taste of Cuba. An assortment of starters silences hunger rumblings more effectively than a soundproof fanny pack with plates such as the tamal cubano with sweet cornmeal hiding tender morsels of ham and pork ($2.25). Foursomes can toast fork tines over platters such as the pollo asado, a roasted half-chicken adorned with onions and garlic ($9.75). Beef, pork, or fish platters sate heart appetites with the likes of the bistec, thin-sliced steak seasoned with garlic and topped with grilled onions ($9.25). Each robust platter balances piquant proteins with servings of white or yellow rice, red or black beans, and ripe or green plantains, the banana's more savory, overachieving cousin.
We are a Cuban restaurant in located in Longwood, FL. Most of our customers comment on our great service and kindness towards them. We serve typical Cuban food such as, Ropa Vieja, Steak and onions, Chicken Fricassee, Chicken Breast, Tilapia (Fish), and beef & potato stew.
Drawing on as many local and sustainable ingredients as they can find, Harmoni Market's chefs create Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner menus that take taste buds on an island tour of the wine-dark sea. At the sound of the city's unnerving dinner siren, preface your feast with a heaping plate of Mediterranean nachos, which swap the tortilla chips with crispy pita and buries them in red-pepper hummus, spicy tzatziki, Harmoni salsa, kalamata olives, and feta ($10). Market mussels swimming in white-wine garlic butter sauce ($12) will similarly prepare you to follow the meat rainbow to pots of diverse flavors, such as pan-seared scallops with roasted tomato couscous ($18) or flat-iron steak served with garlic mashed potatoes and a fig balsamic ($16.50). Lunchers, on the other hand, can forget the office's acidic coffee and nudity-filled PowerPoints over a caprese panini made with mozzarella, basil, and locally grown tomatoes ($8.50) or the salty and sweet Harmoni Signature, which loads figs, bacon, tomato, and blue cheese onto a fresh-baked flatbread ($9).