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Review of Cafe Tu Tu Tango

Cafe Tu Tu Tango
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Ranked #104 of 4,158 Restaurants in Orlando
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$15 - US$40
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Good for: Bar scene, Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Lunch, Private Dining, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Sand Lake
Transit: Lynx #"s 8, 38, 42 more info at www.golynx.com I-Ride Trolley Red Line stop 20 more info at www.iridetrolley.com
Reviewed 8 May 2018

We went to the café at 2:30 on a Sunday. When we arrived we found out that they do a brunch on Sunday. You can order items individually as usual, or for $25 a person, you can order unlimited dishes. A quick glance at the menu and prices will tell you the all you can eat is the way to go, unless you are having a very limited number of small plates. The menu has a specific brunch section, and a normal lunch section. You can choose anything you want from either section. My wife and I each ordered plates we though seemed unique and interesting. We shared Cajun chicken egg rolls, roma tomato and goat cheese flatbread, shrimp and grits, spiced alligator bites, spicy fried cauliflower, Vietnamese tacos, Captain Crunch French toast, smoked pork benny, and finished with chocolate covered strawberries and chocolate dipped cheesecake lollipops. The bottomless brunch also included a taco bar and a meat cutting station (we never did find that, but still left full and happy). All of the items were very good, my wife liked the shrimp and grits the best because of the flavoring used in the grits, and I would probably say the smoked pork benny was my favorite although each item was equally good. If you are a drinker, there were several all you can drink options to add on to your meal. With bottomless brunch for two, a Coke for me, water for the wife, and a little more than a 20% tip for our incredible waiter Andrew U, it came to $69, which would have been way more if priced per plate. Now that we know brunch is an option here on Sundays, we will come back a little earlier than 2:30 in the afternoon next time, and we will definitely ask for Andrew to be our server, he was phenomenal.

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Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

This is a hidden gem on international drive. It is a cross between a tapas bar and an artists enclave. We ordered a selection of different entrees and shared them among us. I can’t pick any one that was better than the next as they were all excellent! The short rib wraps, the tuna sushimi, the beef skewers, the edamame hummus, the list goes on and on.

Thank Jay W
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Reviewed 3 May 2018

Another great gem, recommended by a friend, and well worth the trip. This is a tapas restaurant, so go in expecting to order a number of plates to share.

Our selection was on the light side as we were saving room for the chocolate cheesecake lollipops :) Hard to say if that was worth it - the food and the dessert were both very good, so you'll have to make your own trade off.

We went with the spinach dip - creamy, cheesy and very good - and the cajun chicken egg rolls (wonderful!). Our last choice was the jalapeno mac&cheese...personally I'd skip that one.

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Thank BrianT787
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Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile

Six of us leave the beach for a week every April and come to Orlando.
One of the places we can’t wait to get back to is Cafe Tu Tu Tango. Unique, delicious and fun. There’s great food to share, fun art everywhere, artists working at their craft, fabulous tango team, fun, knowledgeable servers.
We ordered nine tapas to share. The hits: The jalapeño Mac and cheese, pork tacos, shrimp lettuce wraps, pepperoni pizza, carne pizza, pear pizza. The jalapeño Mac and cheese without bacon was really disappointing. We were split on the cauliflower.
Drinks were really good, great coffee. We got two desserts: caramel, banana pizza and chocolate dipped strawberries which we would skip next time.
Come with an empty stomach and relax and enjoy the entire experience.

Thank Cathy C
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Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

The restaurant has a fun vibe, it’s very colorful and there’s lots of eclectic art. We enjoyed most of the tapas we ordered.... tenderloin, Greek salad, shrimp and grits, guava ribs, and steak skewers. The gator bites were on the tough side and benefitted greatly from the accompanying sauce. Skip the bites. Since we ate dinner before 5pm, there was no wait and service was flawless. Our waitress was welcoming and cheery, adding to the upbeat positive dining experience.

Thank TCZER2
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