Sure thing, you may find a whole lot of restaurants in Florida, but a few of them are simply not worth missing. Especially, the Cajun food lovers find rare beauties with great difficulty. So let’s answer the question what the best restaurants in Florida.
The Crooked Bayou:
Catch some sizzling Cajun and Creole delight at the Crooked Bayou, when you’re traveling downtown. It happens to be a cool hangout for those who love a wide range of liquor items on the menu. It is located at 50 E Central Blvd # D, and enjoyed by those who simply enjoy spicy food.
The visitors have always loved the ambiance, service as well as the choice of cocktails and appetizers at your disposal. The tater tots and yummy fried fish Po’ Boy are pretty popular exquisite delicacies of the restaurant, while the fried pickle is something you’d simply enjoy before the main course. The average meal costs somewhere around $30 and you can also enjoy drinks at low rates on all weekdays, during 4 to 7pm.
As a matter of fact, it is simply a superb place for the night freaks, as one can even find the entire menu served until late night 2am. It’s not tough to enjoy the summer in Florida — and nightclubs are part of this!
However, sadly they don’t entertain reservations, so you must be willing to spend a considerable amount of time waiting, and if you’re running under tight schedule then it may not be quite easy-going. On the other hand, those who’re not in a hurry, can enjoy great cuisine, finicky music, as well as superb services at the Crooked Bayou.
It is just not possible that you visit Florida, and don’t hear about the Emeril’s, situated at 6000 Universal Blvd. Well known for its flashy looks, with massive glassy imprint, the Emeril’s has been the perfect choice for all special occasions like birthday parties, engagement ceremonies, anniversaries as well as the marriage receptions of course.
If you want to enjoy a special date, don’t even bother trying your luck without a reservation (which must be made well in advance, and not even just the previous day). The average meal costs around $30-40, which is surely on the higher side, but the ambiance as well as the service is surely worth your money. Countless fans of the Emeril’s have enjoyed their birthday parties over and again, with exotic delicacies like Chilean Sea Bass over purple sticky rice.
The other good restaurants worth trying at least once, during your visit include the Sora, the Oceanaire Seafood Restaurant offering exclusive ultra-fresh seafood, and presenting you with the classier era of Americana.
The Seito Sushi, as the name suggests, brings the best sushi in town along with sashimi platters, tempura, as well as signature rolls. While, Texas de Brazil Churrascaria gives you the best of traditional Brazilian side dishes and seasoned grilled meats. The traditional stuff is served by a throng of hospitable gaucho carvers, and indeed advance reservations are strongly recommended.
The Cedar’s Lebanese Cuisine, Bergamo’s, as well as the Capital Grille are some of the other good options in the city as well.