I've seen this place many times and a friend talks glowingly about it, but we had never gone. We went for the first time yesterday. It was great. It feels a little "old timey," in a good way. They slice the beef right there, steam the beef plus buns over a little vent/device, and wrap it up. Get it with beefy spuds (tater tots) and it's a great lunch. I tried some horseradish sauce on it (great), bar-b-que sauce (even better), and just plain (really good without anything added). The price was great. Really neat place that feels like it's part of Orlando's history.
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