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This eatery, located in the space formerly occupied by Johnson's Diner, is as soulful a soul food restaurant you’ll find. Portions won’t allow for gluttony, but that doesn’t mean you won’t indulge in fried chicken just like mom used to make. Fish is a menu staple – mild catfish serves as a counterpoint to full-flavored whiting – and desserts are homemade. Closed Sundays.
A theme resturant with the food to back it up, HOB has expanded its menu beyond its Southern traditions. While almost none of the promised ingredients shows up in the seafood gumbo, the pan-seared voodoo shrimp have a deep, spicy flavor and wonderful mashed potatoes accompany the juicy grilled rosemary chicken.
Head into this hole in the wall for the superbly seasoned fried chicken-everyone else does. But the lamb gyros, stuffed grape leaves, hummus, falafel and other Syrian/Greek standbys are just as worthy. Prices are dirt-cheap.
Southern-lady staples like tomato pie and pimento cheese sandwiches rub shoulders with fresh Florida seafood and down-home versions of classic international cuisine. Sanford's First Street antique district is the ideal location; the wood-paneled dining room provides an intimate setting, while the large patio is an optimal choice for breezy summer evenings.
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1505 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 377-0400
Classified Phone: (407) 377-0415
Fax: (407) 377-0420
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