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If you order from the dinner menu, steer away from dishes that involve sauces and gravies. Better to visit for lunch, when a roving dim-sum service offers an affordable range of dumplings, spring rolls and assorted delicacies sold per piece.
China and Peru have enjoyed a long-standing diplomatic friendship; now diners can benefit from their culinary partnership. While the traditional Chinese fare is less than remarkable, the flavors of Peru shine. Don’t miss the ceviche mixto, tender citrus-marinated seafood served with a handful of toasted corn nuts. Read Orlando Weekly's full review: http://www2.orlandoweekly.com/dining/review.asp?rid=13329
Chinese-American restaurant on Edgewater Drive fills the niche for takeout Chinese in the neighborhood. They offer a wide variety of hugely portioned Chinese and Thai dishes at very reasonable prices. Also on the menu is a decent selection of sushi.
Reminiscent of "Polynesian" restaurants of youre, this local incarnation of an award-winning Ormond Beach restaurant serves unexpectedly hot Szechuan and Cantonese food with a marked leaning toward the Western palate. House specials are the best cchoices. Not disappointing cooking, but not terribly adventurous either.
Veteran sushi chefs join seasoned restaurant owners for a truly delightful combination. The multi-nation Asian cuisine is no gimmick, each part of the menu meeting and often exceeding expectations.
Hard to spot, but well worth seeking, Ming’s specializes in the a la “cart” scarfing extravaganza known as dim sum, though spicy beef hot pan with vermicelli and ginger scallion fish fillets are also worthy dishes. Menu descriptions are terse so be sure to ask your red-vested server about the ingredients.
With its chic trappings and sophisticated service, this chain restaurant at the Winter Park Village alters the concept of Chinese dining. The innovative menu forgoes the traditional for unique alternatives such as "Chang's chicken in soothing lettuce wraps" and pan-fried Peking dumplings.
Shopping-plaza eatery offers good Chinese, modest prices, fast service and excellent soups. Pricer dinner menu offers items such as "lobster-sizzling wok bar". But a lunchtime quart of the shrimp friend rice is so packed with fresh shrimp, it's practically a steal.
Sunflower Chinese Kitchen offers a full menu of traditional Chinese dishes, including Szechuan, Hunan and Cantonse cuisine. Guests can expect a high commitment to healthy dining. Dishes are prepared with fresh vegetables and the healthiest cuts of meat.
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Orlando's largest cocktail party in one of the most beautiful vintage venues, complete with 1920s costumes, hors d'oeuvres, live entertainment and craft cocktails
Grab life by the horns and experience the rush of a lifetime as you sprint down a quarter-mile track with up to twenty-four 1,500-pound bulls hot on your heels. Cap off your run in our insanely fun tomato food fight, Tomato Royale, then celebrate all day long in our massive festival featuring live music, great food, cold beer, games and attractions
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Orlando, FL 32803
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