Best Seafood Restaurants in Orlando
With the Atlantic shore less than an hour to the East, Orlando is a great city for seafood. Among the most popular seafood spots:The Oceana, High Tide Harry’s, Fulton’s Crabhouse at Downtown Disney World and Little Saigon Vietenamese Restaurant.
Oceana’s menu offers a wide variety of dishes including a full oyster bar, shrimp cocktail platters and special main course dishes, including baked stuffed shrimp, with creamy linguini pasta, Equadorian swordfish , served with carmaleized onions and blue cheese butter, baked stuffed Atlantic Flounder, bacon-wrapped jump shrimp, San Francisco Fisherman’s Stew, Pacific Rockfish, Mexican Mutton Snapper, Alaskan Halibut and Seared South American Seabass.
Situated in the heart of Downtown Disney, Fulton’s Crab House is one of the most distinct landmarks and dining spots in the Walt Disney World Resort area. Designed as a replica of a vintage American Steamboat, Fulton’s Crab House has tables available on three outdoor decks and a nautical dining room with walls full of seafaring history and folk art.Wine enthusiasts will appreciate the vast collection of wine more than 2,000 bottles in Fulton’s wine cellar.
The most popular dishes at Fulton’s Crab House include Alaska king crab claws, snow crab, and blue Crab. Little Saigon serves more than just seafood, but the most popular seafood choices on its menu include Com Tom Xao, sauteed shrimp with onion over Rice, Com Tom Xao Bong Cai, sauteed Shrimp, onion and broccoli over rice.
On the east side of Orlando, close to the Orlando Airport, you’ll find a local favorite: High Tide Harry’s.You won’t have to worry about your attire at High Tide Harry’s. The laidback setting throughout the restaurant offers a casual and family-friendly atmosphere. Meals at High Tide Harry’s are cooked to order, to ensure the freshest tasting seafood. Specials at High Tide Harry’s include all you can eat specials each day, ranging from 99 cent fish tacos on Tijuana Tuesdays, Wednesday micro-night, with 50% off all beers. On Thursday’s , you can order snow crab, tuna, mahi-mahi, steamed shrimp, fried shrimp, catfish fillet or catfish fingerlins and two sides, for $12.99. High Tide Harry’s is moving from 925 N. Semoran Boulevard to 4645 South Semoran Boulevard.