In Orlando, Florida there is a restaurant that will wisk you away to the Bahamas without leaving the mainland, this tropical oasis is called Bahama Breeze. Walking in to the restaurant makes you feel like laying back on the beach in the Bahamas with the sound of steel drums playing in the back ground.
First, being greeted by the host or hostess and while waiting for a table, the bar serves many exotic tropical drinks, such as margaritas, and one of the signature drinks the frozen Bahamarits. The bar also has a wide selection of local beers on tap and bottled. One of there famous beers is there signature beer called Aruba Red, it is worth a try.
When the table is ready there are two more choice to make, The first choice is the patio outside where you can listen to the live band every day at 4 p.m., and enjoy the Florida weather. The second choice is inside, where a more peaceful atmosphere mixed with the smell of the spices, and the feel of the sitting area makes you feel like you are on an island in the Bahamas.
The menu is like no other, with unique dishes like Jerk Chicken Pasta, Shrimp Creole, Conch Chowder, Turkey Burger, Jerk Chicken Wings, Yuka Fries, and the West Indies Kebobs.What ever you are in the mood for from vegetarian to fish and steak Bahama breeze has it with the flavors of the Bahamas.
Bahama Breeze also hase wounderful deserts, such as Creme Brulee, Key Lime Pie, and their famous Banana Supreame. The Banana Supream has slices of warm banana bread with three slices of bananas with a warm Rum sauce, and to topped with is a scoup of ice cream.
The prices for the drinks at Bahama Breeze range from $3 to $7, and the entrees are from $8-$27. Depending on the catch of the day. The menu changes as with there daily sepecials.
Bahama Breeze is a unique dining experience that will take you on a culinary trip to the Bahamas without you needing a passport.
You can find Bahama Breeze in Orlando at 8735 Vinalnd Ave. and no reservation is needed.