Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Orlando North
210 N. Oxford Road
Casselberry, FL 32707
Phone: (407) 265-7699
Fax: (407) 265-0291
Bagel King, located north of Orlando and Winter Park in the Casselberry area, is the place to go when you're craving genuine, fresh-baked bagels and other notable kosher bakery and deli favorites. The variety of goods offered resembles a New York bagel shop. Bagel King ranks high among the locals for the variety provided and the authentic quality of the foods offered. Open for breakfast or lunch, the menu includes a variety of bagels with a wide selection of cream cheeses, tasty hot and cold breakfast or lunch sandwiches, and other favorites like knishes, black and white cookies, rugelach, matzah ball soup, salads and more. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
New Peking Buffet is located northeast of downtown Orlando in the friendly town of Casselberry. The restaurant’s building resembles a barn from the outside, but step inside and you will see Chinese decor throughout and plenty of food options in a very clean buffet-style setting. Customers can choose from a large variety of Chinese, Japanese and American dishes including all-you-can-eat crab legs and sushi. The hot and cold food is spread throughout nine large buffet tables and there is a hibachi grill where you can personalize your own special order as well. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Served in a number of the finest Orlando restaurants and hotels in central Florida, the goods at Olde Hearth Bread Company of Casselberry can also be found at the bakery or local farmers markets around the area. Seek them out at Fernandina Beach and Winter Park Farmers Markets on Saturday mornings or the Audubon Park Community Market on Monday nights. This family-owned artisan bakery prepares natural, handcrafted breads and pastries using only fresh ingredients, which means there aren't any artificial flavorings or preservatives. Select from a variety of breads such as Artisan loaves, sandwich breads, baguettes and rolls; pastries including Danishes, croissants, scones, cookies, strudels and muffins; or other baked goods like bregals, crackers, crisps, granola and flatbreads. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
This small, family-owned eatery is generally considered to serve some of the best Cuban food in Central Florida. The prices will please even the most budget-conscious diners. Start with an appetizer of fried eggplant, stuffed potatoes or a Cuban Tamale. Entrees include Red Snapper Catalana and Cuban Beef Stew. Homemade rice pudding makes for a pleasant end to the meal. With all this wonderful, inexpensive food, you can easily forgive the ho-hum décor, which consists of a few hanging plants and pictures of Cuba.
Louie’s Bistro On The Run is a bright blue food truck based out of Casselberry that serves a variety of French-American style food. Places frequented include Maitland, Longwood, Oviedo and other Orlando area locations. The menu selections are prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients available. Choose from items such as jerked and pulled barbecue pork sandwiches, chicken quesadillas, grilled Asian steak on a stick, duck pate on crusty French bread, fried shrimp po-boys and more. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
If you're in the Casselberry area and traveling on easy-to-find Semoran Boulevard, consider a stop here. It's do-it-yourself cooking at this inviting restaurant, where a friendly and knowledgeable staff give you a quick course in Fondue 101 before letting you have it, with a steaming pot of bubbling broth or sizzling oil used to cook right at your table! Dip fresh beef, tender chicken, or an array of vegetables into heated oil or stick a hunk of crusty bread into melted cheese for a satisfying meal! Accompany it with a crispy salad, and top the evening off with yet another fondue; this one featuring fresh fruit and angel food cake squares waiting to be dipped in melted caramel or chocolate.
Discover an interesting new culinary world of authentic Middle Eastern cuisine at this cafe in the Casselberry area. Featuring a daily lunch and dinner buffet stocked with authentic Lebanese favorites, the restaurant also offers a full traditional menu. Jump on that magic carpet and whiz on over here to try specialties that include a variety of grilled kabobs, roasted chicken, hummus, falafel and basmati rice.
In operation for about twenty years now, Enzo's Restaurant On The Lake occupies an old house, converted into this attractive spot overlooking the pretty Lake Fairy. Here you can dine on fine Italian food served in a homely atmosphere accented by hardwood floors and terra cotta tile. On the menu, you'll find such opportunities like Antipasto as an appetizer and entrées that include Rack of Lamb, Veal Scaloppini, and pasta stuffed with shrimp and lobster. A full bar's available here, too.
An array of low fat gourmet dinners which include range fed chicken, farm raised seafood, natural wines, and gourmet vegetarian dishes are available at this healthy store and cafe.
Polonia Polish Restaurant is located a short trip north of Orlando in nearby Longwood and offers guests a nice variety of rich, homemade Polish cuisine. The décor makes you feel like you're coming home to grandma's house for a filling, hearty meal of home-cooked goodness. Leave your diet at home or you will not be able to enjoy the made-from-scratch, authentic dishes created with fresh cheese and butter. The on-site deli features a large selection of goods to take home, and the menu includes Polish honey wine and Polish beers, too. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Take a short drive north of the city to the Longwood area to experience authentic Cuban cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere at the Oasis Cuban Cafe. Offering a laid-back tropical island setting and a very large variety of freshly prepared Cuban and Latin dishes, Oasis Cuban Cafe provides guests with generous portions and a friendly staff to help with the selections as well. Drink choices range from domestic and imported sodas and juices to domestic and imported beers, house wine and homemade sangria. Genuine Cuban espresso and coffee are available as well. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Indian dishes are improvised like never before at Gateway to India in Longwood. With a limited set of vegan choices, the chef is tries to attract healthy eaters as well. The sumptuous lamb dishes but call for some real indulgence, with Tikka Masala, Korma and Vindaloo wafting some inviting flavors. There are elaborate choices of chicken, vegetables and seafood as well, if you are in an exploring mood. They offer delivery and take-out too. Check website for details.