On my last night in Florida, Thomas Cox invited Sarah and I to dinner at HUE Restaurant in downtown Orlando. Thomas and I go way back to the Dot Com boom days when both our tech sites were part of the Maximum PC network. It was great to meet and catch up with Thomas after all these years.
HUE Restaurant serves progressive American cuisine with an Asian influence. The food is complimented by a stylish and trendsetting design. The menu changes daily and features an impressive array of flavors unique to Orlando’s culinary community. Featured dishes include Wood Grilled Filet Mignon, Wok Seared Ahi Tuna, Tamari Roasted Duck Breast and Oven Roasted Chilean Seabass.
The restaurant interior, designed by Urban Studio Architects of Tampa, Florida, blends warm tones, clean-lines and original artwork with the urban architecture of Thornton Park Central’s loft space. We dined outside in the patio. The food was among the best we’ve sampled in Orlando. Sarah loved the Chilean Seabass and my pork chop was done to perfection. The next time we’re in Orlando, we’ll definitely dine at HUE again.
Tuna Tartare, Crispy Wontons, Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette
Spinach, Arugula, Chevre Goat Cheese, Tomatoes, Berry Balsamic
Double Cut Pork Chop, Asian BBQ, Chive Mash, Sauté of Vegetables
Oven Roasted Chilean Seabass, Asiago Tapenade, Chive Mash, Sauté of Vegetables
Peanut Butter Blast