• Scott Joseph reviews Planet Hollywood Observatory, a new Turkish spot, and more

    By: Scott Joseph


    Our most recent helping of reviews from Orlando restaurant critic Scott Joseph offer some tasty eats from all around Central Florida. Check out the new Ravenous Pig's roasted oysters, Zeytin Turkish Cuisine's red lentil soup, Market to Table's seared scallops, and see if Planet Hollywood Observatory lives up to all the hype. 

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    Planet Hollywood Observatory — It’s a little like dining inside an IMAX theater. The spectacle of the huge screen may be designed to take your mind off the food. Some of the menu was designed by Food Network star Guy Fieri.

    The (New) Ravenous Pig — Winter Park favorite has moved into the space previously occupied by its sister restaurant Cask & Larder. It’s different — not better, not worse, just different.

    Zeytin Turkish Cuisine — On a restaurant-barren stretch of Edgewater Drive north of College Park, Zeytin offers traditional Turkish tastes in a cozy atmosphere. A bit pricey but good.

    Market To Table — It started as a booth in the Plant Street Market and now is a full-blown restaurant. Despite what you might think from the name, not everything is fresh from a local market, but all of it is delicious.

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