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    we loved the pulled pork I think it was called? fried cheese, cheesecake at the cheesecake factory and the disney chicken strips we couldnt get enough of them

    what about you?

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    oh gosh where to start

    Well my fave place at the moment is Charley's steakhouse. I love that it's all little booths and nooks rather than a huge dining area. The food is absolutely great and the steak just so tasty, the lamb fantastic as well.

    I'm not sure I have anything unique to Orlando hmmmm. Love the cheesecake factory and their omlettes yum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 211739
    Well my fave place at the moment is Charley's steakhouse. I love that it's all little booths and nooks rather than a huge dining area. The food is absolutely great and the steak just so tasty, the lamb fantastic as well.
    If you like nooks and crannies Keith [as well as fantastic food and service] you would love Bern`s Steakhouse in Tampa.
    Ricardo and his wife took us there for dinner one night during our trip and it was amazing [exactly like catrancher described to me when he found out we were going]...I`ll go into detail WHEN I get round to doing some form of TR of our visit.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 211772
    If you like nooks and crannies Keith [as well as fantastic food and service] you would love Bern`s Steakhouse in Tampa.
    Ricardo and his wife took us there for dinner one night during our trip and it was amazing [exactly like catrancher described to me when he found out we were going]...I`ll go into detail WHEN I get round to doing some form of TR of our visit.
    OOOOO that sounds interesting!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 211773
    OOOOO that sounds interesting!!!!!!!!!!
    we're going to Tampa to meet a couple of friends and we always go for a meal, I'll have to look it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 211775
    we're going to Tampa to meet a couple of friends and we always go for a meal, I'll have to look it up
    I`m told that normally you have to make a reservation months in advance Issy, but now, because of the recession you may be lucky and bag a walk in.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 211782
    I`m told that normally you have to make a reservation months in advance Issy, but now, because of the recession you may be lucky and bag a walk in.
    I'm going to Google them and look at the menu Terry

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    Hmmmm... intrinsic to Orlando, or WDW? I'd have to say Cuban food. Although you get much better Cuban food offsite, the Media Noche at Bongo's is quite nice and will tide you over until you can get to Pancho's on Semoran.

    Media noche, pappas rellenas and cafe con leche... stuff a good nap is made of!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 211787
    I'm going to Google them and look at the menu Terry
    I didn't even know there were 21 varieties of caviar!
    They have a strip sirloin on the menu for $233.12 plus they add 12% to the bill for wages.......do they do salads!

    Joking aside, they do offer other dishes that aren't so expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 211782
    I`m told that normally you have to make a reservation months in advance Issy, but now, because of the recession you may be lucky and bag a walk in.
    I guess it's rather a long way from Disney?
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