Good Places to eat - International Drive area

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  1. chipndale

    chipndale New Member

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    I'm looking for some feed back into good restaurants to eat in the International Drive area.

    we've only ever tried the buffets but would be interested in your favourite places
     
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    Isafari Well-Known Member

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    We eat on I Drive quite often.
    Love Tony Romas and Olive Garden
     
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    olive garden is lovely :yes:
     
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    Slowhand Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Another vote for Olive Gdn, although we use the one along US192. :thumbsup:
     
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    What type of restaurants are tony romas and olive garden please?
     
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    Olive Garden is Italian and I recommend it too.

    Tony Romas is ribs, ribs and ribs. :D
     
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    I'm not a huge fan of the restaurants on I-Drive, but the Olive Garden there is the largest in the area. Was quite decent when we went there (but that was several years ago). Tony Roma's is a chain that is consistent with its preparation and service. :yes:

    There is (was? again, a couple of years ago) a little Ethiopian restaurant tucked up in a strip mall setting on I-Drive (if you are driving along the drive with the outlets to your back, it would be on the right). It was quite good food, and nicely authentic.

    We really dislike the all you can eat seafood places, so can't recommend those.

    Oh, Texas de Brasil is just at the end (heading toward the outlets) and has a very good reputation (but is pricey so look for coupons).
     

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