Where to eat in Orlando?
Here's a list!
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- Ethos Vegan Kitchen (all vegan, Winter Park)
- Toasted (vegan menu, Lake Nona, Winter Park, UCF)
- Market on South (vegan, Milk District Orlando)
- Nile (Ethiopian, vegan options, tourist area Orlando)
- Dandelion CommuniTEA Cafe (vegan, Downtown Orlando)
- Loving Hut (vegan, Downtown Orlando)
- Loving Vegan Market and Cuisine (vegan, Winter Park)
- Tako Cheena (vegan menu, Mills 50 District Orlando)
- Mellow Mushroom pizza (vegan options, Winter Park, Sanford, UCF)
- Blaze Pizza (Daiya cheese, Disney Springs, Winter Park)
- Lazy Moon (vegan options, UCF, Downtown Orlando)
- Pizza Press (vegan cheese, Kissimmee)
- The Sanctum (vegetarian, Downtown Orlando)
- The Vegan Hotdog Cart (vegan, nights @ downtown)
- Maoz Vegetarian (vegan options, Florida Mall Orlando)
- Drunken Monkey (vegan options, Downtown Orlando)
- Dragonfly Sushi (vegan menu, Dr. Phillips)
- Kabooki sushi (vegan options, Orlando)
- Hubbly Bubbly Falafel (vegan options, Orlando and Downtown)
- Super Rico (vegan options, Downtown Orlando)
- Seasons 52 (vegan options, Altamonte)
- A Better Choice Café (vegetarian, Altamonte)
- Hoover’s Market (vegan options, Altamonte)
- King O' Falafel (vegan options)
- Kiko Japanese (vegan menu, Winter Park)
- Yard House (vegan options, International Drive)
- Sofra Mediterranean Grill (vegan options, Orlando)
- Zona Fresca (vegan options, Winter Park)
- Café 34 Istanbul (vegan options, Orlando)
- Tijuana Flats (vegan options)
- Chipotle (vegan options)
- Moe's (vegan options)
- District Mills 50 (all vegan)
- Infusion Tea (vegetarian, College Park)
- Bikes, Beans, and Bordeaux (vegan options, Audubon Park)
- Bahama Breeze (vegan options)
- California Grill (vegan menu)
- Dajen Eats (vegan, Orlando)
- Domu (vegan options, vegan tofu ramen, Audubon Park)
- De La Vega (vegan menu, Deland)
- Jade Sushi and New Asian (vegan options, College Park)
- Tomale and Co. (vegan options, food truck + Altamonte)
- La Empanada (vegan options, food truck)
- Wheat Berry Cafe (vegan, Altamonte)
- Fig and Flour Bakery (vegan options, Mills 50 district or by order)
- Taco Bell (vegan options, rice is vegan)
- Starbucks (vegan options)
- Dunkin Donuts (hash browns)
- Thai House (vegan options, Orlando)
- Pollo Tropical (tropichop veg bowl)
- Valkyrie Bakery (vegan, Milk District Orlando)
- Black Bean Deli (vegan options, Winter Park and Downtown)
- Veggie Garden (Vietnamese vegan, Downtown Orlando)
- Austin’s Coffee (vegan options- quiche, choc. Truffle, sandwiches, Winter Park)
- Citrus Club (tofu & veg stir fry, Downtown Orlando)
- Stardust Video & Coffee (vegan options, Audubon District)
- Saigon Noodle & Grill (vegan options, Downtown Orlando)
- Panera Bread (vegan options)
- Skyebird (vegan- juices and raw foods, Audubon District)
- East End Market (vegan options, Audubon District)
- Royal Thai Cuisine (vegan options, Orlando)
- Tapo Toro (vegan options- empanada, paella, International Drive)
- The Vineyard Orlando (vegan options, Orlando)
- Waterfront (vegan options, Meatless Monday, Orlando)
- CayCakes Vegan (pop-up bakery/deliver, District at Mills 50)
- Cooper’s hawk Winery (options listed as vegan)
- Heirloom Deli (all vegan, coming April 2018)
- Fuji Sushi (vegan options, Orlando)
- Bayridge Sushi (vegan options, Longwood)
- Maru Sushi and Grill (vegan options, Sanford)
- Zoe’s Kitchen
- The Porch
- TGI Friday’s (Beyond Burger)
- Lemon Lily Tea Room (vegan options, Oviedo)
- Orlando Mission Kitchen (vegan, Orlando)
- Wahlburgers (Impossible Burger salad, Orlando)
- Zaza's New Cuban Diner (vegan burger, Orlando)
- Grill's Lakeside Seafood Deck (Impossible Burger, Orlando)
- La Antioquena (vegan options, Lake Mary)
- Thai Delight (vegan options, Longwood)
- Shiraz Market (vegan options, Longwood)
- Thailicious (vegan options, Longwood)
- Oh My Gyro (vegan options, Longwood)
See below for the Persian recipes demonstrated by our founder, Nikki Namdar, at Central Florida Veg Fest 2017!
Serves 4 people Prep Time 2h
4 medium potatoes
4 tablespoons of Follow Your Heart VeganEgg (equals 2 eggs)
2 cups of Gardein chicken strips
6 Osem Mediterranean pickles (or your choice)
½ cup sweet peas
2 cups mayonnaise
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Salt and pepper to taste
- Wash, peel, and boil potatoes. Fill pot with water and cover with lid. Bring to boil on medium-high heat until potatoes are soft. Then mash the potatoes.
- Dice pickles and add in with peas in large mixing bowl.
- Cook Gardein chicken strips with instructions on package. Let cool down, and shred with your hands.
- Stir VeganEgg according to package instructions. Use only the chunks of egg in your mix as a bind. Drain with spatula.
- Add mayonnaise, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.
- Mix ingredients well. Refrigerate for two hours.
Kotlet (meat-and-potato patty)
Kotlet is a cutlet traditionally made with raw meat and cooked potatoes. I’ve recreated my family’s version with vegan ingredients I found to work best. Serve warm or cool.
Serves 15 Prep Time 20m
1 ½ packages of Marjon Vegetarian Hamburger tofu crumbles
4 tablespoons of Follow Your Heart VeganEgg
2 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon turmeric
Salt and pepper
- Wash, peel, and boil potatoes. Cover with full water on medium-high. Once boiled, mash and make as smooth as you can.
- Grate onion and add in large mixing bowl.
- Make the VeganEgg according to the box instructions. Drain the water and add only the clumps.
- Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until you get a thick batter.
- Roll about three tablespoons of the mixture into a ball.
- Flatten the ball until it’s about a ½ inch patty.
- Heat about an inch oil in frying pan.
- Add patty to oil until brown on each side.
- Remove from oil and place onto paper towel to absorb excess oil.
Enjoy these two dishes together! Stuff the kotlet in warm bread, like pita, or eat it on its own!