Discover Restaurants offering the best Latin food in Winter Park, Florida, United States. Winter Park is a suburban city in Orange County, Florida, United States. The population was 27,852 at the 2010 United States Census. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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5 based on 15 reviews
First time and wow! Ordered 2 items - the grilled chicken breast dinner with onions and sides rice, beans and either plantains or tostones and also a Cuban sandwich. The sandwich for about $7 was as long as my forearm, had an abundance of shredded pork and was pressed nicely. Didn't even attempt the dinner as my partner and I ate the sandwich and fell into an exquisite food coma. Best coffee. Really, really nice woman at the counter taking orders. Total bill for the 2 menu items and 2 coffees $19 and change. It was enough for 3 meals.
4 based on 31 reviews
Let me tell you about the local secret that is La Granja. Local students from UCF and Full Sail who are miserably poor and struggling to keep toilet paper in their tiny apartments know the power of La Granja. I'm not sure what it is now but you used to be able to get the lunch special, 1/4 chicken, rice, choice of red or black beans, and a can of pepsi for 3.99. The chicken is delicious, the rice and beans copious, and the hot sauces divine. Many an afternoon in college did I stay in budget while feasting like (presumably?) a Peruvian king.Now that I'm a "grown-up" and actually making more money than I spend the great taste still causes me to stop in whenever I'm passing through Winter Park. Now I usually get the chicken breast with rice and beans instead. Clearly I've come so far since then!
4 based on 128 reviews
This is my first visit. Had a $30 groupon to use. My friend and I went and ordered way too much food but took some home. The Spanish tortilla was very authentic. Calamari's very fresh. Beef Empanadas were delicious. Ordered the Patatas Bravas and they told us they were spicy but they were very spicy I couldn't eat them. We had a jug of Sangria which was OK but I have had much better. We sat in a nice corner spot and it was a nice atmosphere. We were introduced to the owners. The only real negative was the prices were a little on the high side compared to other Tapas places. Overall I enjoyed a true taste of Spain.
4 based on 63 reviews
This is a very bland mexican food. Taco bell had more spice thatn their slasa. I dont typically like much spice or heat but this was seriously lacking flavor and spice, if your looking for authentic food this isnt your place. If you do not like spice and bland, then this is a good option for you.
4 based on 57 reviews
El Potro offers good Mexican food at an affordable price. The restaurant is located in a strip mall in Winter Park. They look to do a lot of business with repeat customers, which is always a good sign that the food must be good. There was a lunch buffet as well as the ability to order off of the menu. The restaurant offered plenty of seating so it shouldn't be a problem getting a table even if it is busy.Since I have dietary restrictions I stuck to the menu and stayed away from the buffet. I ordered the Huevos con chorizo which also came with rice and beans. The sides were what you get at pretty much any Mexican restaurant, good but nothing that stood out. The main course was good and would order it again. They also brought out chips and salsa prior to the meal arriving. Again nothing stood out here that would differentiate them from any other similar restaurant.The service was good, but on the tad slow side. If you are looking for someplace to eat, I would recommend El Potro in Winter Park. I just wouldn't go out of my way to go there.
4 based on 69 reviews
This is not your usual Taco joint The food here is unique and interesting and everything is ala carte. You order at the counter, pay, and wait for them to bring your order. The tacos are small but loaded and surprisingly filling. The corn off the cob is an unusual side dish and it has a bite but it's not too spicy. The guac is fresh and tasty. In fact, all the food looks very fresh like you made it in your own kitchen at home. Reasonably priced? I don't know. $3.75 for a small taco was on the high side IMHO, but then again this isn't Taco Bell. I had the brisket and chicken tacos and both were good. The inside is tiny and there's no indoor seating but there are several tables outside. Free parking on their lot. I would recommend it if you want to try a more authentic taco experience.
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