Orlando offers some great eats outside the theme parks
You’ll find yourself surrounded by a Caribbean atmosphere both inside and outside in the tropical bar. In addition–the food is great! Try the Coconut Shrimp appetizer (their most popular). It’s also available as a dinner entree. The seafood chowder is also amazing, as are the other seafood dishes. For desert try their famous Rebecca’s Key Lime Pie. There are two restaurant locations in the Orlando area.
Bananas Modern American Diner
A great local’s favorite, Bananas is a fun place to go for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s located downtown Orlando near the cluster of museums (See Florida-Orlando-What to do), and is a great place for lunch instead of the fast food places at the museums. The kid’s will love the menu–especially the surprise treat at the end of their meal. Bananas makes amazing milkshakes (try the Funky Monkey) and big juicy hamburgers– the Maui Wowie with grilled pinapple, applewood smoked bacon is my favorite. As an appetizer I highly recommend the Funkey Monkey Fried Goat Cheese. Yum!