Orlando 2019 | Top 5 Favourite Dishes

Orlando was full of amazing restaurants both in and out of the parks. We tended to have breakfast at our hotel, bring lunch with us into the parks and then went out for dinner. We were spoiled for choice every night and to whittle the meals down to my favourite five was so hard to do so in no particular order:

Bloomin Onion – Outback Steakhouse
This starter was insane, but so worth the hype. I’ve heard about this starter from Barney’s family for years so knew we had to get one when we went … it didn’t disappoint! It is a large onion cut to resemble a flower, battered and deep-fried. It comes with a dip and it’s just so delicious. I’ve been dreaming of this ever since we had it.

Eggroll Sampler – The Cheesecake Factory
Another restaurant I was so excited to go to was The Cheesecake Factory and again was immense. We chose to have a three-course meal here although the cheesecake was taken home and ate in the comfort of our big bed at the hotel. For starters, we chose to have the Eggroll Sampler, which consisted of rolls with Avocado, Tex Mex, Cheeseburger and Chicken Taquitos. The cheeseburger ones were probably my fave.

BB’s Pork Tater Tots – BB King’s Blues Club
Yet another starter but this dish was just incredible. I had never eaten tater tots before, but they were so delicious. These ones were topped with pulled pork, bbq sauce and all the toppings such as cheese, sour cream and green onions. Another dish that we haven’t stopped talking about.

The Porterhouse Steak – Outback Steakhouse
This was the biggest steak I have ever seen in my life. I love steak but I never really know what to order, so I left this to Barney … my face when this steak the size of my plate came out! It was so well cooked and came with sides that I didn’t even touch! I’m not ashamed to say I finished it.

Spicy Roll/Salmon – Teppan Edo
This was the only lunch we bought in the parks; I had seen and heard such good things about this restaurant in the Japan Pavilion in Disney’s Epcot. Although quite pricey compared to other places, it is well worth the money as the experience you get is second to none. The chefs come out and cook your meal at your table, and it is just incredible! We went for the Spicy Roll to start which was hot sushi covered in their volcano sauce which was beautiful, I then had the salmon which came with literally everything; salad, noodles, veg and rice. We love a good Chinese takeaway back home but this was something we would never forget!

Hope you enjoyed reading through my top 5 favourite dishes we had in Orlando. Have you tried any of these? What were your favourite dishes?

R x

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