HUE Restaurant

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


15 thoughts on “HUE Restaurant”

  1. I know you take some heat for these “non how to make money post”, but I love them. There is (almost) nothing better than a great meal!

    Matt

    1. Looks good. Can’t wait to see your review of the Wynn restaurants.

  2. Ryan McLean says:

    John you should really start a blog and be a food critic. You would be really good at it.
    You know what else you should do? You should head over to my blog and comment on it so you can win $50 by being one of my top commentators. Then you can use that $50 to go and buy your next meal and then you can critique it and make even more money. It is a genius idea. Why didn’t you think of that before…hahahaha

  3. That sea bass looks great. Never had sea bass but it sounds and looks like I could eat lots of it.

    What’s the peanut butter blast made of (besides peanut butter)? 🙂

    1. PaulB says:

      It’s one of the nicest eating fish in the sea. Tastes best when cooked simply as well so ideal to do at home (if a little pricey).

  4. Aira Bongco says:

    It’s nice to know you guys are having fun.

    Those sure looks yummy John. Especially the peanut butter blast. Why do you have to do this?

    Anyway, It will break my diet. So I have to stay away from those foods.

  5. Clog Money says:

    God I only woke up half an hour ago, and now I’ve a craving for cake….

    Bad John! 😉

  6. Josten says:

    that sea bass looks pretty good and that cake just looks delicious

  7. WOW.. it is 4:09 in the am and after no sleep yet this makes me very hungry now..thanks JC

  8. Suite J says:

    Ew! What was that peanut butter “blasted” with? That’s the question!

  9. Jap Stuff says:

    oh man im quite sure i can smell the pork chop!

  10. SeanM says:

    Tweet! Personal foul on John Cow, for posting images of the food .. 🙂

    At least it’s almost lunch time!

  11. ahmike says:

    Yummy yummy, John

  12. Eric Tan says:

    Peanut Butter Blast!!!!! Its taunting me!!!!

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