Budget Bites in Orlando

by Katie Skrzek

Apr 19, 2019

Third, Orlando impresses with its high percentage of restaurants serving vegan options, ensuring both carnivores and meat-free diners find something to enjoy. Orlando also tied for first place in the most juice and smoothie bars per capita category, alongside New York City, Miami, Las Vegas and Honolulu. © Tony Bosse | Dreamstime.com

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Orlando may be best known as home to Disney World, where finding cheap eats is nearly impossible. However, there are plenty of options throughout the city for those dining on a budget.


Bakery Plus 

Satisfy your sweet tooth at Bakery Plus. Donuts come in a variety of toppings and fillings and start at less than $1. The no-frills bakery also serves breakfast, lunch sandwiches and bagels.


Beefy King

Open since 1968, the sandwich shop is known for its roast beef sandwiches, starting at $3.55. Other meats, sides and platters are available. Closed Sunday.


King Bao

King Bao offers Asian-style bao buns filled with unique ingredients, including Maryland-style crab cake with Old Bay mustard. Buns start at $3.


Lazy Moon Pizza

Head to Lazy Moon Pizza for a big slice. The restaurant specializes in oversized slices, starting at $4.20. Select deals are available, including $5 for a slice and pint of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Soups, salads and calzones round out the menu.


Tako Cheena

Tako Cheena combines Asian and Latin American flavors in its menu items, like the Indian butter chicken burrito and Korean beef taco. Tacos start around $4. There are two locations in Orlando.


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