Comfort Inn International
8134 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 313-4000
Fax: (407) 313-4001
8134 International Drive , Orlando, FL, US, 32819
- Phone: (407) 313-4000
- Fax: (407) 313-4001
Located on popular International Drive, Golden Corral is an all-you-can-eat extravaganza of every comfort food you've ever craved. Open for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Golden Corral features popular favorites good at any time of day. Fresh carved meats, rotisserie chicken, handmade pizza, fresh vegetables, salads, soups and, of course, their "Sweet Spot" dessert bar, featuring soft serve ice cream with plenty of toppings in addition to treats from their bakery. If you're hungry for the kind of food Mom made, come to Golden Corral!
Fogo De Chao is situated in the center of Orlando’s visitor district on International Drive. This authentic Brazilian steakhouse is popular with vacationers as well as locals. The restaurant’s décor is modern and includes five semi-private and private dining rooms as well as an outdoor patio. Guests first order drinks and then choose from a selection of over 30 gourmet salads and sides. With a flip of the card on your table, gaucho chefs will soon arrive to offer you fresh slices of 15 cuts of meats tableside. The restaurant has a fully stocked bar, extensive wine list and gourmet desserts. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Graced by a fountain at its entrance, this small, casual eatery offers an intriguing variety of Japanese dishes that range from standard Japanese culinary items to more exotic selections. If you want to walk off your dinner, visit the popular Mercado shopping and entertainment complex next door. For starters, try the Tuna and Scallions, then progress to entrees such as Whole Fluke and Beef in Soy Sauce. Guests can also order from a sushi bar. Beer and wine are available.
Charley's is one of the best steakhouses in the city. This longstanding family business dates back to 1974 and boasts several restaurants in Florida. Their outlet in Orlando exudes a warm and welcoming atmosphere replete with exposed stone walls, mahogany furnishings and vintage-style chandeliers. Meat lovers can select from Filet Mignon, Kansas City Strip and King of the Bone while those opting for seafood can savor Blackened Gulf Grouper or Ahi Asian Cajun Tuna Mignon. The secret to their signature smokiness are the flavors and aromas imparted by oak and orange wood used during the flame-broiling process in their custom-built pit.
Located next to the Mercado Shopping Center, The Crab House is an upscale seafood eatery dedicated to preparing some of the freshest and best-tasting seafood in Orlando. Don't be fooled by its rustic charm and casually-attired wait staff: The Crab House offers top-notch seafood at comparatively high prices. Appetizers include a wide variety of steamed crabs and other shellfish, while dinners range from the fresh catch to the eatery's namesake, lots and lots of crabs from garlic to blue, Alaskan king to stone crabs. Those varieties are quite different, so don't be shy about asking for an explanation from the friendly help. Grab a "free drink or soup" coupon before you visit to help defray the cost-you'll find the coupons in stores and resorts all over town.
Tucked around the corner from bustling International Drive and just down the street from Universal is an unimposing restaurant with a metallic fish hanging over its door. But Fish Bones isn't just another Florida seafood eatery. This casual dining restaurant focuses on preparing seafood and steak to a higher level of excellence than most of its competitors. While steaks and salads fill out the seafood-heavy menu, Fish Bones' specialty is, of course, preparing fresh fish to order. Whether its marinated and grilled or blackened with Cajun spices, Fish Bones' fish is fresh and attractively presented—no bones about it! This place is open everyday from 5 PM .
A mainstay of International Drive dining, Ran Getsu of Tokyo has been around for years, appealing to diners with its traditional favorites and sushi bar. Patrons here feast on moderately priced Japanese favorites, including sukiyaki, seafood tempura, citrus salmon, and shiitake mushrooms, as well as a broad selection of sushi selections. You'll find a simple contemporary atmosphere here and hardwood seating, with the restaurant dominated by the sushi bar. The restaurant also hosts a variety of special events, including an outdoor festival with traditional Japanese folk dancers. Call to know the open hours.
Seito Sushi brings traditional Japanese fare and innovative sushi to Orlando. The owners have created a sophisticated yet elegant dining environment where patrons can enjoy delectable sushi in company of friends or family. The menu highlights seafood creations, each a unique blend of the finest ingredients and authentic flavors, whether it the spicy Tuna Taco Maru or the sublime Sea Bass. Japanese food lovers will also appreciate the extensive variety of rolls, nigiri and sashimi apart from the signature sushi. Seito also offers a good collection of sake, cocktails, wines, beers and other spirits that complement the food very well.
Winner of many a coveted awards, Salt Island Restaurant, hands down, offers the best sea food in Orlando. Unlike its deep-water counterpart, the steak prepared from the wooden grills have attracted equal criticisms. Hence, it comes highly recommended to seafood lovers while the steak cherisher is bound to feel alienated by the levels of appreciation. The crab cakes on offer have received praise from many quarters. The interiors are done aesthetically, attracting many to dive in. It stages inside a bar, which aside from cocktails, offers a selection of 250 wines.
Punjab Indian Restaurant has been part of Orlando for over twenty years. You will discover genuine Indian delights produced from fresh ingredients and spices in an extremely large variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Punjab Indian Restaurant employs very friendly and helpful staff to assist you in selecting entrees or adjusting the spice levels of them. The overall atmosphere of Punjab Indian Restaurant is created by the elegance of the room, which has beautifully set tables, numerous magnificent pictures, and additional wall decorations throughout. If you are in a search of a truly traditional Indian meal, look no further than Punjab Indian Restaurant and you will not be disappointed!
Artists at work are the lure of this restaurant/studio that relies on some of the region's most creative folks to provide the dining atmosphere. In this environment, tapas and other finger foods are the cuisine of choice, including such selections as Baked Artichoke and Crabmeat Dip, Mango Duck Quesadilla, and Dijon Chicken Skewers. There is also a substantial wine list, along with a full bar. This warmly-colored lounge is intimate and laid-back, and the servers are real pros. Every wall is covered in artwork made by local artists, some of it made right in the cafe itself! Each piece of art on the walls is for sale, so at Cafe Tu Tu Tango, you can have your cake and buy a painting of it, too!
If you're looking for fine cuts of meat served in a classic steak house atmosphere, this meat-and-potatoes dining spot on bustling International Drive is a choice that's proven popular with many diners. Appetizers include such options as calamari or mussels, with entrees featuring a wide variety of meat cuts including Prime Rib and Lamb Chops. Key lime pie is among the dessert offerings, and the restaurant has a full bar. A special feature here: a very large wine list, offering hundreds of bottles.