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Orlando, Florida, USA

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Orlando Dining

Strategically located between the Atlantic and Gulf Coast, Orlando is the ideal location for ocean cuisine. Yet, while seafood is popular and aplenty, there are many other culinary options in this tourist mecca. Below, we've highlighted our favorite restaurants in the theme park areas.

Orlando Theme Park Picks Walt Disney World® may have more eating options than rides and attractions. Between the restaurants at Disney hotels and the culinary selections within each park, the menu options are endless.

Our pick is located in the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Jiko-The Cooking Place is an African-themed restaurant where the décor and service rival the exquisite dishes. Dine in the glowing light of sunset and sunrise as lighting is choreographed to change throughout your meal. Not sure what to order? Ask the advice of the attentive staff, donned in colorful fabrics from their native African countries. Their suggestions are spot on. Choose from any of the outstanding authentic menu items, from the flatbread appetizers to the sea bass steamed in banana leaf, and finish off with the pistachio crème brulee. Also, take advantage of the extensive wine cellar, boasting the largest collection of South African wines in the country. Tip: Walt Disney World takes restaurant reservations up to 180 days in advance. Book your dinner reservations when you book your travel!

Universal Studios® is home to Mythos, a top rated theme park restaurant. Located inside Islands of Adventure®, it's a far cry from the chicken strips and fries most associate with theme parks. Known for its innovative cuisine and impressive presentation, we suggest the tortilla soup (boasting a hot kick of cumin) and any of the risotto dishes. Top your meal off with a dessert shooter, a small-sized glass confection, layered with pastries and sauces.

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