Here’s the bottom line: Chung’s is everything I want to taste in an egg roll.
Valentino’s is hand-tossed, home-cooked, and original—not your average Little Caesar’s or Domino’s slice of pizza.
If you’re craving sushi, drive over to your local Publix and nab a fresh, cold tray of your favorite maki roll.
P. F. Chang’s chicken fried rice is best served in small portions as the side dish to a larger entrée, such as a sushi tray, stir fry plate, or fillet of fish.
Wild-caught seafood isn’t easy to come by, even in Floridian restaurants, but Dixie gets theirs straight from Port Canaveral. It doesn’t get much more home-cooked than that.
Whether you’re desiring a quiet sanctuary, looking for free Wi-Fi, or needing a healthy, all-natural power meal to jumpstart your day, Sunrise has you (and your carbs) covered.
An enormous variety of sushi, soups, salads, curries, and other Thai staples will ensure each meal is as unique as your taste buds. The otaku in you will go wild.
The original Chanly sauces are black-belt brands with the power to KO your appetite.
Why geek out about Marco’s Pizza? Because if you’re in the 91-93% that eats pizza on a monthly basis, you deserve some delicious, authentic Italian crust.
If you’re looking for ice cream with body and bold flavor that doesn’t taste like every other chain restaurant’s cup or cone, you’ve got to try Space Coast.
Chibi’s Boba is a bubble tea café that’s more than just fun dining… it’s a patron of geeks of all shapes and sizes.
If you’re in the Boardwalk area, or staying at the Swan and Dolphin, then Kimonos is the only answer to your dinnertime stomach growls and geekified appetite.
A conscientious business that lauds fandom in one hand and tea in the other. Definitely recommended.
Whatever you’re craving—beef, chicken, or vegetable—Panda delivers the flavor… without bursting your belt.
As a fun appetizer to split with friends over lunch, it’s hard to go wrong with loaded rice fries.
If you’re willing to splurge a few more dollars, and treat yourself to something special, you’ll find Kirin Sushi’s signature rolls outshine most of its less expensive offerings.