You want to know where to have breakfast in Orlando? Many hotels offer a good breakfast, with yogurt, fruit juice (usually two or three options), breads, muffins, some hot options – omelette and sausage with bacon and coffee – nothing too elaborate, but many people want to have a real American breakfast, that kind stuffed with pancakes,
Well, let’s go to the list of special places, all already tested and approved.
For those who can’t run out of bread on the plate with butter and a Brazilian-style latte. Pão Gostoso is a bakery that makes Brazilian delicacies – cheese bread, snacks (coxinhas, among others), quindim, dreams and other good things that we miss there. I really like to have an espresso there!
OPV Pao Gostoso
Address: 5472, International Drive, Orlando
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe
Kekes is very good!!!! Typical American breakfast and awarded several years by the Dinning Awards, which awards the three best restaurants in each category. It serves breakfast stuffed with good things, with a la carte order – it’s omelettes, muffins, pancakes, waffles, juices and lots of tastes. Kids menu available with several options. Arrive early on the weekends, because kekes are very popular. I mentioned it at the award-winning breakfast post in Orlando.
Address: 4192 Conroy Road, suite 100 and 4 more addresses in the Orlando area
It also serves American breakfast on a super variety of dishes. I love their yogurt and sausage n’ biscuit. In fact, that bagel won me over a long time ago. Eating on Cracker, you feel like you’re drinking coffee almost like on a beeeem farm in the old days! It’s delicious.
Address: 5400 W Irlo Bronson Memorial and 3 more addresses in the Orlando region
Better known as the house of stackable pancakes, but it also serves waffles, toasts, muffins and various combos with eggs, crepes, hamburger. At I-Hop, you feel in those very American snack bars that we see in the movies. It’s very typical and the price is very inviting. The easiest thing is to find an I-Hop in Orlando, because there are several units spread all over the region. The best thing about the I-Hop is that some units are 24 hours and then, it’s past the time to make your meal in restaurants? Run there!
Address: 7661, International Drive (24 hours) and many other addresses.
In addition to serving American breakfast items, it serves very tasty sandwiches as well and even some dishes, but none of those huge stacked sandwiches. They are more modest sandwiches, but good to taste anyway. I still prefer to keep the waffles and the chocolate and pecan ones are delicious. Another house with several units spread around Orlando. Like any time!!!:)
Address: 5350, South Kirkman Road and many other addresses
Another award-winning breakfast in Orlando, more than once, as first place. First Watch has a healthier footprint, with organic and very tasty food. Their granola, besides being very tasty, can be bought for consumption at your home/hotel, at the cashier of the restaurant. On the penultimate visit I made to Orlando, I went for two days to have coffee there. Very good indeed. They are pancakes, waffles, yorgurts, ready meals, with omelette, muffins and morning delights of “american life”. I mentioned him in the post Another award-winning breakfast in Orlando.
OPV First Watch
Address: 7500, West Sand Lake Road and a few more addresses in the Orlando area.
If your business is doughnuts or bagels, this is the right place! Doughnuts or bagels, as they usually call them, have this place as a reference. They make delicious doughnuts and even eclairs (chocolate and vanilla pumps). The dough is very good and I won’t even talk about the bagels, otherwise I’ll be dying of it. To go with it, they serve coffee, various kinds of milk shake and ice cream too. A good place to go!!!
Address: 4080, Millenia Avenue and two more addresses, one in Kissimmee and one in Winter Park.