International Food Court
Enjoy sample-size portions of sweet and savory culinary specialties and beverages from around the world!
Grab yourself a fistful of Venezuela’s finest turnovers, filled with ground beef, chicken, spinach and other goodies. Pure sweet plantains have no fillers or additives, while arroz con gandules gives you a whole new way to say “rice and beans.”
Bahama Bucks Original Shaved Ice Company
Cool down like they do in the Caribbean and elsewhere, with shaved ice and smoothies in two sizes. A fruity, frozen acai bowl gives you yet another option for keepin’ it cold.
Camila’s Brazilian Restaurant
If you can eat it off a stick, you’ll find it here, including chicken, steak and even sweet Brigadeiro chocolate. Chicken salad and black beans with sausage and bacon give you an even broader taste of Brazil, begging to be paired with a Caipirinha, the country’s national drink.
Sri Lankan chicken recipes include a Kottu roti entrée and roti wraps with a variety of curries and spices, plus wings with chili flakes and banana peppers. Or if fish is your dish, dig into tuna cutlets flavored with garlic, cinnamon and other yummy enhancements.
Cafe Moderne Orlando
A fusion menu for FusionFest, featuring teriyaki pineapple chicken skewers, cheesy steak egg rolls and mojo braised pork shoulder. Hibiscus chilled tea makes for a cool accompaniment.
Experience the tastes of Pakistan, from chicken biryani and vegetable noodles to deep-fried golgappa snacks and bun kebabs (chicken, lentils and egg on a bun). For your sweet tooth, there’s a kulfi dessert with almonds and mangoes. Beverage choices include mango lassi and the ever-popular chai.
Friday Nite Sushi
One of Japan’s most popular exports is by now an American way of life. Satisfy your sushi jones with classic spicy tuna, Philly and crab salad rolls, with Boba Thai Tea for a beverage.
Habibi Kabob Grille
The Avengers made it famous, but shawarma was a hit in Lebanon long before. Spice up your FusionFest with beef or chicken varieties, making sure to save room for hummus and tabouli salad on the side. And don’t forget the baklava for dessert.
Guacamole Mexican Grill
Chicken and steak fajitas point the way to a culinary trip south of the border, with the traditional chips ’n salsa and guacamole within reach for obsessive munching. Pineapple and cappuccino desserts make an irresistible appeal to your sweet tooth.
Kai Asian Street Fare
Dig into the finest street eats of Vietnam, Thailand and Korea, from pot stickers and tacos to fried chicken bao and Kalbi (Korean marinated short ribs). A good gulp of Thai tea helps keep you on the go.
Get your mouth ready to take a tour of the Middle East and North Africa, with falafels, falafel sandwiches and falafel wraps as your guide. Or get into the good grains with a tasty quinoa bowl. A smooth glass of kombucha supplies the liquid refreshment.
Lacomka Bakery & Deli
Winter Park’s home of all things Russian offers a wide selection of Eastern European staples, including chebureki beef pastries, savory ham and cheese crepes, and Pirozhok buns stuffed with either potato and mushrooms, cabbage and carrots or beef and rice.
Manna International Street Food
Ugandan samosas offer a choice of fillings and seasonings. Or opt for a plate of Pilau rice and beans, or even a rolex – not the watch, but a quick bite made of an egg omelet and veggies wrapped in chapati bread.
Paula's Jamaican Cuisine
Classic Jamaican Beef patties anchor a menu of island favorites like curry chicken, jerk chicken and jerk pork. Opt for oxtail to go a bit more exotic, or just order a stand-alone side like mac and cheese, rice and beans, steamed veggies or fried plantains.
Pea Pod Pierogie Company
Poland’s finest Pierogie Ruskies are liberally doused with sour cream and carmelized onion. Try ’em in tandem with Kielbasa Kapusta for the full Polish taste experience.
Romay Ethiopina Kitchen
Authentic wot stews offer a choice of spicy beef or split lentils. Split peas, mixed vegetables and collard greens are also on the menu, with every item accompanied by rice, quinoa or Injera sourdough bread.
Turkey’s flavorful take on the baked potato, the kumpir is available here in original or Tex-Mex varieties. Also on the menu, kebab skewers are served with tahini sauce and salad, and pide flatbread is rich in cheesy goodness.
Zaman Mediterranean Cuisine
Authentically Iranian sandwich fillings include grape leaves and ground kofta beef, flavor-enhanced with a variety of spices and veggies. Wash it down with your choice of watermelon, mango or pineapple juice.
The Pass Progressive Cuisine
You won’t want to “pass” on these delicacies from Cuba and Puerto Rico, including chicken empanadas, Steak Guisad and Pulpo Escabeche (octopus with peppers, garlic and onion!). Pop some bacalaito codfish fritters in your mouth, then seal the whole deal with creamy flan.
Zippy Zee Kitchen
It’s street food with a Singapore flair! Mix and match from a wide selection that includes Roti wraps, Malay fried yellow boodles and coconut rice with spice chicken, plus curry puff pastries, spring rolls and dumplings.