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Orlando’s Restaurant & Grill

Orlando's Restaurant & Grill is a family-owned business, managed by husband-wife duo team, Christine and Kenneth and son Hasani. Orlando’s Restaurant & Grill is named in honor of Christine's late brother, Orlando John Wilson. Orlando was a visionary, entrepreneur and a highly successful businessman in Jamaica. He was the inspiration behind the origins of Orlando’s Restaurant and with his passing in 2018, Christine was deeply motivated to fulfill this shared dream she had with her brother.

Orlando's Restaurant keeps his legacy alive by offering dishes that the siblings enjoyed growing up as children. Specializing in authentic Jamaican Cuisine, Orlando’s is the place to be for delectable dishes such as Jerk Chicken, Oxtail, Curried Goat and, of course, the national dish of Jamaica – Ackee and Salt-fish.

With a deep passion about the universality of food, the operators of Orlando's Restaurant hope to share the uniqueness and authenticity of Jamaican dishes with their patrons. Orlando's affords you the opportunity to have a unique and authentic dining experience reflecting the Jamaican culture, the country of birth of the owners. The menu at Orlando's also features a fusion with international dishes such as Asian inspired and Mediterranean dishes. Orlando's Restaurant is certainly the place to visit for that discerning diner. Come, visit, enjoy!



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Orlando's Restaurant is a family owned jamaican restaurant. At Orlando's a fusion cuisine with Asian & Mediterranean influences is offered alongside it's primary authentic cuisine of Jamaican dishes such as Braised Oxtail, Jerk Chicken, Curry Goat, Steamed Fish & Escovitch Fish.


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