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Best Latino Restaurants in Orlando

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Best Latino Restaurants in Orlando
Best Latino Restaurants in Orlando

The state of Florida, being the home of strong Hispanic and Latino communities, has a lot of influence from this population in its gastronomic offer. That's why we want to talk to you about himThe best Latin restaurants in Orlando. In Hispanic Entrepreneurs We let you know some that are in the public's good opinion.

If it is about authentic Latin food, the city of Orlando is home to a significant number of restaurants that offer their exquisite dishes. Its flavors are rooted in the culinary scene of all of Florida.

Best Latino Restaurants in Orlando

1-Q'Kenan Restaurant

located at 8117 Vineland Ave, Orlando, FL 32821 this restaurant offers Venezuelan food, live native music shows and karaoke. Q'Kenan Restaurant Its menu includes beef soup, chicken sancocho, empanadas, pabellón, tequeños, arepa and cachapa. In addition to patacón, Venezuelan-style hamburger, hand cheese, chicha, papelón and more.

His diners classify him as one of those that serves, “the tastiest and most incredible Venezuelan food. With excellent attention ”.

2-Free Cuba

It celebrates the great Cuban heritage and strives to explore flavors, music, art and traditions of that country. The franchise opened in Orlando in 2008 under the direction of chef and partner Guillermo Pernot who won the James Beard award a couple of times.

It is located in Pointe Orlando at 9101 International Drive, across the street from the Orange County Convention Center. Very close to the theme parks of the city.

Visitors can try seafood soup "rises dead", old clothes, rice with chicken, Cuban steak and visit Havana (sandwich). Also rice with beans, Cuban roast pork, black bean soup, etc.

3-Sofrito Coffee

Minutes from Disney you can relax by reading a book and a cup of coffee, as well as enjoying varied Latin food. They bet on the Argentine, Colombian, Cuban and Venezuelan empanada.

Likewise, they have available to the public tequeños, Cuban pastry, arepa, Cuban toast, cachapa, drinks such as Cuba Libre, frozen daiquiri and caipirinha.

3-Godfather's Cuban Bistro

At 13586 Village Park DR # 304 this Cuban food restaurant operates since 2008. The typical Cuban tapas, chicken steak, old clothes, roast suckling pig and the Cuban sandwich stand out. They serve the typical mojitos, cocktails, beer, wines and sangria.

Their food is suitable for vegetarians and has gluten-free options. It also has a price range of between 10 and 20 dollars.

4-Guavate

If you are a lover of Puerto Rican food, venture to taste the preparations it offers Guavate.For 15 years it has been present in Orlando providing a family atmosphere and fun with a Puerto Rican accent. Specifically at 422 S Alafaya Trail.

Its menu is based on the best traditional dishes of the island. It contains appetizers such as meat alcarrupias, bacalaitos with guineitos, main dishes such as churrasco, leg, chicken, steak. As well as mofongo, rice with beans, Creole octopus and seafood asopao. Accompanied by excellent desserts: flan, tres leches and tembleque.

5- Pio Pio Restaurant

It is defined as the home of authentic Latin food in Orlando created by Colombians Olga Raad and Juan Diego Isaza. Their idea of ​​recreating the culinary heritage in America began 20 years ago and they have managed to form new sensory memories in their clients.

It invites you to enjoy fresh menus and authentic Latin cuisine that is based on appetizers, selections, house specials and a children's menu. They include empanada, arepa, calamari a la Goajira, Peruvian ceviche, paisa tray, chaufa rice, soup, tostones and more. They are located in Pio Pio Restaurant.

6-Camila's

Leonardo Charamba and Alex Alencar run what they call the # 1 Brazilian restaurant in the southern United States. It attracts tourists from all over the world for its quality and hospitality, "It is the embassy of Brazilians in Florida." It is located at 5458 International Dr.

You can choose from a wide variety of preparations. Among the dishes that stand out are the supreme picanha, meat stew, chicken fricasa, feijoada, Brazilian salad and baked cod. Offer vegan options.

7-Taste of Peru

At 9521 S Orange Blossom Trail Ste. 117a we find Taste of Peru a mix of seafood, Spanish and Peruvian food. Its founders define it as a fresh and authentic proposal. Its menu includes appetizers, soups, ceviche, meats, seafood, children's menu and desserts.

The anticucho, chicken cause, chorros a la chalaca, papa a la huancaína, parihuela, mixed ceviche are included in their offer. But its specialty is skirt steak and Tacu tacu- in its spacious bar you can enjoy beer, its popular pisco sour or chicha morada.

8-La Campfire Latin Cuisine

Anchored at 1718 Sand Lake Rd # 102 promises a feast of flavors and aromas with the reinterpretation of traditional Latin cuisine. They want their customers to have a “pleasant and unforgettable experience” with traditional recipes.

Their cuisine covers the gastronomy of Latin America, they have empanadas, arepas, mofongo, guacamole and hogao. But also picanha, paisa tray, barbecue and tacos accompanied by mojitos, caipirinha, margarita, piña colada or tequila.

9-El Potro Mexican Restaurant

Its fame is due to the fact that its food is freshly cooked and of high quality. The project began in 1985 and in Orlando they settled at (Universal Area) 4666 South Kirkman Road. They also plan to open a branch at 5180 S Conway Road.

Like all Mexican restaurants, El Potro serves nachos, quesadillas, tacos, fajitas, stuffed peppers, enchiladas, burritos, chalupas and more. It offers catering services for weddings, graduations, parties and other events.

10-Blue Agave

Following the wave of Mexican food Agave Azul focuses on presenting dishes from all regions of that country. From street corn to enchiladas with a modern twist.

They have taco shooters, jalapeños, nachos, tamales, ceviche, flautas, chile rellenos, carnitas, burritos and chimichangas. As well as chiplotle tequila shrimp, tacos, Mexican rice, black beans and you can even create your own combo.

While you enjoy the preparations, try their famous Casa Agave margarita. It is located at 4750 S Kirkman Rd. Orlando, FL 32811. Undoubtedly this branch is a profitable business in Florida.

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