Korean Restaurants in Orlando

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The chefs at Kalbi Hau5 Food Truck set up shop downtown to quickly sate busy diners with a menu of on-the-go Asian-Mexican fusion fare. Hungry passersby sink teeth into shoestring truffle fries with italian white-truffle oil and grated parsley ($5), or quell vegetarian cravings with organic red-curry tempeh shaped into replicas of world landmarks (entrees $6–$8). The eatery's signature Kalbi short ribs mingle with grilled julienned onions in a sesame-soy marinade ($10), and the citrus-jalapeño pork quesadillas combine cheddar and jack cheeses in a grilled flour tortilla rife with citrus-jalapeño sauce ($6).

1030 North Mills Avenue
Orlando,
FL
US

The Flame Broiler founder Young Lee found himself eating out of paper bags quite often. His career required a deal of travel during the day, which made eating from fast food restaurants a habit. Unfortunately, his options for healthier quick service fare left him craving something different. In 1995, he took matters into his own hands and opened the first Flame Broiler location, serving Korean-style slices of beef and chicken that were free of dairy, trans-fat, HFCS, and added MSG. He didn't just take away harmful ingredients, though?he also added his signature Flame Broiler marinade and sauce, beds of white and brown rice, and slices of crisp vegetables. This more nutritious take on fast food caught on, as diners can now eat at 135 The Flame Broiler locations in four different states and two parallel universes.

54 W Church St.
Orlando,
FL
US