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This brunch had me smacking my lips and singing with every bite! Where do I began?! When I say the food was good, baby… it was good!!!
This is the place to go for a lot of great options and bottomless drinks too.
Soooo, I’m new to Florida and although I live between Orlando and Tampa I was invited to celebrate my girls birthday at Café Tu Tu Tango in Orlando.
At first, I didn’t know what to expect but other than the hostess being a little bit unprofessional and the fact that they wouldn’t seat us until the entire party was there we were finally able to get a table around 2pm. But, we didn’t get a server at first so that meant wasted time because the buffet ended at 3! Message go early.
Although we had to wait a while for the server to come over, the food and drinks and our server Kevin made up for it all! I recommend trying everything. The brunch is less than 25 bucks, and it’s bottomless which means you have an option to order as much as you want from more than a dozen appetizers and they will bring you everything that you ask for to your table for you to eat in small portions. The food was delicious and the bottomless drinks included mimosas or bloody Mary’s. Both will run you under 50 bucks.
Well worth it! Let’s just say it takes two to tango and I will tango again with this place:)
Scroll down to see my food recommendations, as well as, tips to make sure you and your friends have a great brunch in the city!
Pro Tip: Make a reservation.
They book fast and you may not get a chance to get a table if you don’t.
If you have a group make sure that everyone shows up on time or they may delay you from getting a seat, they wouldn’t sit us until everyone showed up.
If anyone at the table orders bottomless brunch than everyone at the table has to order bottomless brunch (so no I’ll Just get a side order and sneak eat off my friends plate please- ). They also have bottomless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosa’s but if you don’t feel like drinking that much ( for me it was a long drive) so I split a bottle of sangria instead with a friend.
My food recommendations are the Southwest Caeser, Butter Chicken Tikka Masala, Shrimp & Grits, although it’s not southern like in Charleston, SC but good. I loved the Chocolate Waffle, they said the chicken and waffles good and I even tried the Cuban sandwich. I can’t believe I ate all that!!!! They also have pizzas and I wasn’t a fan of the brussels sprouts but feel free to try it all again it’s included in the bottomless brunch, have fun and please share if you like this post!