by Sandra Carr - 258 Reviews - 109 List
Epicureans take a bite on the wild side whenever experiencing cuisine that doesn't appear to be the norm, but is considered a delicacy in other countries. How about some cow brain or pulpo/octopus (at Ceviche Tapas Bar, left) or even some tongue action? Step outside of your comfort zone and entice your palate with Orlando Citysearch's fearful food guide. (Photo by Sandra Carr)
Updated: October 19, 2009
Try this South American restaurant's Pulpo A La Madrilenas dish, which includes baked and sliced octopus with the tentacle openings where the eight arms once were intact mixed with tomato sauce, potatoes and fresh herbs and garlic. Tapas and entree portions are available.
Find Indian delicacies at this restaurant in South Orlando. One of the eatery's specialties includes Brain Masala, which is cooked cow brain. But don't worry--it doesn't include the membrane or nerves. Other ingredients include onions, green chili peppers, lemon, red chili and coriander powders, Garam Masala (spices), ginger and garlic pastes and plain yogurt.
Tantalize your taste buds and experience what soul food is all about at this West Orlando restaurant. The eatery's menu features fried chicken gizzards and livers paired with collard greens, fried okra or black-eyed peas.
Do you have a hankering for some tongue? Then sink your teeth into a beefy cow tongue sandwich on baked rye, whole wheat, challah, bagel or a deli roll with Cole slaw and a dill pickle on the side at this Orlando chain.
Tapas rules at this tourist area restaurant but the menu also features some surprises. How about having a reptile for din-din? Try the alligator bites with spicy pick-a-peppa cream and fruit chutney under the fritangas (grilled beef) section for size.