One of the things our family does when we travel is try to stay away from chain restaurants and eat at local restaurants off the beaten path. When we came down to visit the attractions in Orlando over Spring Break and this was the hidden gem of our dining experience.
We went here twice over our stay in the Orlando area. The first was for dinner on Fri., Mar. 15, and the second was for take-out on Mon., Mar. 18.
During our first trip, on Fri., three of us had the falafel sandwich (with the eggplant, not with potatoes), and one had the gyro with seasoned fries. With an appetizer of baba ganoush and an appetizer of hummus, plus drinks, total cost was about $45. The food was excellent. They had a homemade beverage that was labeled "tamarindo" that tasted of honey and spices, which everybody enjoyed. The only time I've had a better falafel was when I used to be able to get it from a middle-eastern lady at our local farmer's market.
We liked it so much that we had to go again. Our second visit was later in the evening after a long day at Epcot. We got 4 gyros with seasoned fries to go at a cost of < $35. Again - excellent. One of the best gyros I've ever had.
We would go again in a heartbeat if we had the chance.
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