Great, yet Cheap Places to eat out in Orlando

If you’re planning any villa holidays in 2014, finding the best places to eat is important. Although people staying hotels get the luxury of being able to eat in the restaurants provided for them, it is left down to those holidaying in villas as provided by Florida4Less to find their own restaurants.

Although there are many cheap holidays in 2014 to be had in the city of Orlando, there may not be as many great, yet cheap restaurants.

With that in mind however, here are five of the best:

Buca de Beppo – Orange Blossom Trail

Though most people presume that to enjoy a real Italian restaurant in the United States, you have to go to New York, Buca dep Beppo offers a fresh take on one of the world’s most popular international foods.

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Found in Florida mall (perfect for if you want to shop before you eat), the restaurant offers great and affordable meals in a family environment.

With a fantastic rating on Yelp with over 30 reviews, you know that what you’re getting is one of the best Italian meals in Orlando.

Mellow Mushroom – E. Colonial Drive

Known as one of the best pizza places in the entire city, Mellow Mushroom offers a great American dining experience.

With a great selection of pizzas, its very own beer club and even t-shirts to buy and take home, Mellow Mushroom offers more than just somewhere to go and eat.

From hoagies to calzones and salads to munchies, there’s more than just pizza available and if you need it, the restaurant also offers gluten free pizza; ensuring that anybody and everybody can enjoy the fun.

Café Tu Tu Tango – Universal Drive

Known as the provider of ‘food for the starving artist’, Café Tu Tu Tango is one of the most cultural, exotic and beautiful restaurants in the whole of Orlando.

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By providing art, food, drink and of course music, the café is a vibrant hub of Latin and Spanish oriented magic.

Whether you want to join them for their famous beer dinners or a Tango Alligator Bite, (served with horseradish, remoulade and chipotle aioli) there is something for everyone.

Yellow Dog Eats – Hempel Ave

Found in third place in the 2013 Dining Awards Best Kept Secret category, Yellow Dog Eats is a restaurant with a difference.

Located just west of Orlando centre, the restaurant is based in an old country store that enjoys serving good quality, original food while maintaining a personal and unique serving style.

If you enjoy tasting a vast palate of wines, then you’ll be glad to know that Yellow Dog Eats has a great selection of bottled wine, ranging from $6 right up to $200.

Mark’s Caribbean Cuisine – University Boulevard

As many do on their holidays to Orlando, if you fancy something tropical when you’re visiting one of the most cultural cities in the United States, then you may just want to stop by Mark’s Caribbean Cuisine.

Also found in the 2013 Dining Awards, the restaurant was found in second place after great reviews throughout last year. With a four star rating on Yelp, the restaurant is celebrated by regulars for its spiced jerk chicken and delectable beef patties.

For those who are vegetarian, you’ll also be glad to know that Mark (the man himself) also offers brilliantly succulent vegetarian options.