Orlando is a great foodie location. Great restaurants around every corner.

If you’re like me, you love to try new places to eat, and Orlando has some great newly open and upcoming spots! Here’s Orlando’s most anticipated restaurants.

Hall on Franklin / Food Hall – Opening Summer
1460 Alden Road, Ivanhoe

Wa Sushi / Japanese – Open
924 State Road 436, Casselberry

White Castle / Fast Food – Opening
11595 Darryl Carter Parkway, Orlando

Taglish UCF / Filipino-American
Lotte Plaza Market at Orlando Opening spring,
12226 Corporate Blvd., Orlando

Susuru Yatai / Japanese – Opening fall
116 W. Church St., Orlando

South Orange Provisions / Diverse Cuisines – Opening fall
200 S. Orange Ave., Orlando

Southern Box Food Hall – Opening November
Princeton Street and North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando

The Pinery / Florida fresh cuisine – Opening May
295 NE Ivanhoe Blvd., Orlando

The Monroe / Modern Comfort Food – Opening March
480 N. Terry Ave., Mount Dora

A.G.’s Market / Food Hall – Opening December
14117 Shoreside Way, Winter Garden

Black Rooster Taqueria / Contemporary Mexican –
Opening March
3097 Curry Ford Road, Orlando

Bombay Street Kitchen / Indian Street Food –
6215 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando

Chicken Fire / No Spice to Spicy Chicken Joint – Open
2425 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando

First Watch Winter Park / Café – Open
140 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park

The Food Factory / 8 “micro restaurants and bar
Opening summer – 299 Center Lake Lane, Oviedo

Fort Pitt / Vegan – Opening early summer
5565 Old Cheney Highway, Orlando

Great Greek / The Mediterranean
Opening March – 335 N. Magnolia Ave. Orlando

Jollibee / Filipino – Opening Spring
11891 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando

Kyoto Sushi & Grill – Opening spring
349 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park

I’m looking forward to checking them all out a some point.

On a side note, I recently visited the Bombay Street Kitchen and was totally blown away with the wonderful tastes of authentic Indian cuisine with spicy culinary sex appeal in every bite. The atmosphere, food and service is excellent. If you like Indian food, I know you’ll be impressed with Bombay Street Kitchen. When you do visit, you’ve got to try the gunpowder shrimp.

Gunpowder ShrimpIt’s super tasty (not spicy at all)… and remember to bring a hanky to pat away perspiration if you decide to indulge in vindaloo (spicy and hot), like I did. Bring the whole family and try all of their small dishes you won’t regret it. Just remember to ask what dishes are mild, medium or hot. They even have a great variety of vegetarian meals. I’ll be going back soon to visit with Nilesh and his wonderful staff and amazing food.  Click here for more amazing upcoming restaurants http://bit.ly/New_restaurants

Gunpowder Shrimp featured.