Pretty much the perfect restaurant for a family, that is here on vacation in Orlando, is the ESPN Club. This is the restaurant that's very close to the Epcot World Showcase. There are five major sized hotels in the area, and they all filter their customers down to this wonderful establishment. Of course there's a lot of different places to eat in the area including inside the theme parks, so don't think that you can't easily get a table when you stop in to check it out. They actually have decent prices for beers, which is even better during happy hours. The boneless wings are about as good as you're going to ever find and reasonably healthy. Salads are on the menu for the people that are looking for something creatively tasty and healthy at the same time. I would Highly Recommend the blue cheese and walnuts salad or the barbecue beef grilled salad, which is loaded with veggies and the flavor of the beef just flavors all throughout to make every bite so meaningful.
Our family came away extremely impressed with the oriental food that you can get over at the Epcot theme park in the China showcase. There's a bunch of good oriental places like chengchineseorlando.com to eat in town if you are out and about and are looking for a great meal. I think the values are a lot better in Orlando for eating and my favorite is the Thai Chicken and Noodles. I got the recipe at the nine dragons restaurant, as they give it out when you order it off the menu.
Here are the ingredients that will make up this wonderful Thai Chicken and Noodles dish. Two garlic cloves, minced. Three tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce. One tablespoon roasted peanut oil. Two cups fresh bean sprouts. One cup sliced green onions. Two teaspoons anchovy paste. Two teaspoons sugar. One-half cup fat-free, less-sodium chicken broth. Two cups shredded cooked chicken breast. Three cups snow peas, trimmed and diagonally cut into thirds. One-quarter cup chili garlic sauce. Two tablespoons chopped unsalted dry roasted peanuts. One-quarter pound uncooked rice sticks or rice flour noodles. Cook it up in a wok and you are ready to feast!