Orlando never ceases to amaze visitors. From its many theme parks to its world-class shopping, sporting events, tours and attractions, this city literally has something for everyone, including some of the best Vietnamese food in Central Florida. Sure, theme park food may be the first thing you think of when you think of Orlando but Orlando Fun Tickets is here to tell you that there is more to the city than Mickey Mouse ice cream and Butterbeer. So without further adieu, here are the top three Vietnamese dishes in Orlando and where you can get them:
Pho – If you’re looking for the best Pho in Orlando look no further than either Pho Hoa or Pho 88. Both serve up authentic Vietnamese dishes including the always popular pho, aka beef noodle soup. Pho 88 has been featured in reviews from the Orlando Weekly, Gayot.com, Trip Advisor, Orlando Sentinel and Orlando Chow and was awarded the Foodie Award in 2001 and 2002 for Best Vietnamese by the Florida Magazine. Meanwhile, Pho Hoa is the largest Vietnamese fast-casual dining chain in the world. They proudly use top quality ingredients, which can be found in the many ho dishes including Pho Tai, Pho Chin, Bo Vien, Pho Bo Vien, Pho Chin Nac and many more.
Bun – Ha long Bistro Vietnamese Restaurant on Colonial knows how to cook up mouth watering Vietnamese dishes you won’t forget, especially their Bun. Guests can indulge in either the Bun xao Singapore go hoac bo, stir-fried noodle with curry flavor and choice of beef or chicken or the Bun xao Singapore thap cam, stir-fried noodles with curry flavor with seafood combination. Whichever you choose you won’t be disappointed in the delicious noodles, amazing curry flavor and chicken, beef or seafood.
Summer Rolls – Both Little Saigon Restaurant and Anh Hong Restaurant on Colonial Drive offer some of the best Summer Rolls in Orlando. Named one of the Top 50 restaurants in Orlando Magazine, rated “Excellent” in the Orlando Sentinel and 1999 America’s Best Meal Deal by Zagat Survey, Little Saigon serves up the freshest and most unforgettable Vietnamese dishes including the Summer Rolls. And if you can’tt make it to Little Saigon Restaurant make sure you head to Anh Hong, the Zagat 2013 winner for best Vietnamese Restaurant and try their tempting Summer Rolls. Made of either shrimp, pork or vegetables, both Summer Rolls are served with peanut sauce and are the perfect way to start any Vietnamese meal.