Top Most Underrated Restaurants in Orlando

Top Most Underrated Restaurants in Orlando

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Orlando Sentinel Food Editor Heather McPherson picks the most underrated restaurants in and near Orlando.

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    Seafood is wonderful, setting casual and comfy. Bonus: a hidden gem when it comes to seeing the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Pictured: Roasted grouper with crabmeat crust, fried oysters.
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    Consistently with good food and service and the best food specials around. Fleming's wine list is impressive and features 100 wines by the glass. Few could be considered cheap. Steaks are top-notch.
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    From the chef's amuse treat in the cozy entryway, to the olive noshes that appear on the table as soon as you are seated, it's clear you are in for a meal that defines fine dining.
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    Traditional French fare with a few fresh twists. Home to fine-crafted French-continental cuisine, the restaurant is owned by Dominique and German Gutierrez.
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    Shula's 347's chic décor with dark wood, granite tables and comfy black booths makes it attractive to anyone seeking an upscale-casual eatery. Game-watching is not required.
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    Molecular gastronomy, a style of cooking that uses scientific innovation to achieve new textures and optimum flavors, has come to the suburbs, and word is spreading fast.
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    Consistent service and food and always a great water view. Fabulous steaks and seafood. What's not to like?
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