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A Premium Matcha Cafe, Hainan Hen Rice, Acai Bowls, and Extra: Orlando Meals Information | Tip glass | Orlando


OPENINGS: The Matcha Cafe Maiko, offering premium green tea ice cream, poses, frappes, teas and more, was opened at 639 N. Mills Ave. opened. The cafe uses ceremonial organic quality matcha imported from Kyoto, Japan … Uncle Sung Chicken + Rice, a virtual kitchen that serves Singapore-style Hainan chicken rice (poached chicken thighs and garlic rice cooked in Chicken broth accompanied by ginger, spring onions and garlic-chili sauce) is open. Visit @followunclesung to order … From the rumor mill: Thomas Ward of Pig Floyds Urban Barbakoa plans to open a pizza concept in the area.

Chicken Fire, the much-touted Nashville hot chicken concept, has made a permanent fixture in the old Fratello area of ​​the Coytown mall next to the iFresh … The Salty Donut, a boutique bakery that specializes in slightly crunchy donuts has the outside and soft and damp inside, opened on Corrine Drive in Audubon Park … Orlando Meats opens January 2nd in their new home in the Ravaudage complex next to the New Standard … Purple Ocean Superfood Bar, The one on Açai -Trays-specializing food truck operator will open its first stationary location in Waterford Lakes on Jan. 2 and then a second in the old hair salon at 1110 N. Mills Ave.

NEWS + EVENTS: Former Head Chef Michael Cooper at Luma on Park is the new Head Chef at Osprey in Baldwin Park … Former Kabooki Sushi Sous Chef Mike Evans’ Yugiri Ramen project opens this week. Order ramen at and then pick it up in the kitchen at 18 N. Dollins Ave. – or have it delivered … Chef Alfred L. Mann is releasing his famous grill stand, Munchie’s Live BBQ, as an immersive product, interactive experience January 4th in Gotha, Florida. Visit for more … Numerous restaurants – Nikki’s Place, Ravenous Pig, Russell’s on Lake Ivanhoe, Soco, Knife & Spoon, Terralina, and Paddlefish to name a few – offer special holiday dishes to get out and support your favorite restaurant. And most importantly, a safe and filling holiday season.


Janet Smith