Hungry for some ideas for cheap eats places in Orlando? Here are a few scrumptious options!
Taking the family on vacation is expensive enough but then you’ve got to feed them! What if there was a way to sit down for a meat at over 100 Orlando restaurants and have the kids eat for free? There is. It’s the Kids Eat Free Card and it’s only $14.00!
If you feel like a slice of pizza, a cheap place to eat is Brooklyn Pizza, where the hand-tossed, New-York-style pizza is baked in a brick oven. Another spot in Orlando you can count on is Cici’s Pizza–an all-you-can-eat, family-style buffet featuring a variety of pizza types as well as pastas and salads. In both cases you can feed yourself for under $10.
Satisfy your appetite for cheap eats in Orlando and a manly piece of beef at the Ponderosa Steakhouse. There are quite a few entrees for under $10 here. Another affordable spot for meat lovers is Sizzler. They serve up steaks, seafood, chicken, burgers and sandwiches. Entrees range from $10-$15 bucks.
If it’s choice and cheap eats you’re hunting for, the Golden Corral will hit the spot. It features one of the largest buffets of any restaurant in Orlando, including hot and cold items, and a potato bar. Lunch is less than $10. Dinner is under $15.
Just because you want a cheap place to eat doesn’t mean it can’t be something super fresh! Sweet Tomatoes prides itself on being fresh. See for yourself when you custom create your own salad from the over 50 fresh ingredients. The soups, pastas, breads and desserts are made from scratch everyday, too. Enjoy entrees for under $10.
Il Pescatore is the cheap place to eat if you have a craving for traditional Italian favourites while visiting Orlando. Enjoy manicotti, cannelloni, marinara, fresh ceasar salad, garlic bread and more. Entrees range from $10-$15.
Of course if it’s Italian food at an affordable price that you crave you can’t go wrong heading over to the Olive Garden. Calamari, homemade soups, breadsticks, lasagna, spaghetti, chicken parmigiana, fettuccine alfredo–it’s all available at the Olive Garden at a family-friendly price.
Affordable food can be inspiring too. Café Tu Tu Tango is proof of that. Choose from tango alligator bites, Cajun chicken rolls and more. The atmosphere is fresh and invigorating and the prices are appetizing too—entrees for under $10.
For comfort food on the cheap you can’t beat a Bob Evans restaurant. They are dotted throughout the United States so grab your phone and find the location nearest to you. Bob Evans is the place to go for classic comfort food at a reasonable price, dishes like turkey with stuffing and gravy. They’re famous for their strawberry lemonade too and leave some room for dessert because at these prices you can definitely afford to indulge in something decadent and delicious after your entree.
Want another comfort food option? Head over to Perkins restaurant and bakery, another popular restaurant chain in the US. Here the menu is also filled with classic comfort food options at great prices but do yourself a favour–the claim to fame at Perkins is the scrumptious pies, cookies and muffins their bakery bakes fresh each day. You can’t leave without trying something from the Perkins bakery, trust us.
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One great way to save on local fun things to do in Orlando is to peruse Groupon, the money-saving website that features local discounts in 150 cities. Visit the Orlando “Things to Do” Groupon page or Orlando “Food & Drink” Groupon page and you’ll find savings of anywhere from 40-90% on attractions, tours, boat cruises, theatre tickets, dinner spots and accommodations. The Groupon Orlando pages are a smart place to start when you’re first planning your trip and even when you’re in the middle of your Orlando visit because new deals get added weekly and even daily many times.
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Photo Credit: Café Tu Tu Tango