Cuisine: Brazilian, Latin
Price Range: $
First things first: Low-carb dieters, Mrs. Potato is not for you. Not ever. You probably figured that out from the name. Second things second: Dieters in general, Mrs. Potato is not for you. Not ever.... Read More
First things first: Low-carb dieters, Mrs. Potato is not for you. Not ever. You probably figured that out from the name. Second things second: Dieters in general, Mrs. Potato is not for you. Not ever. Why? Well, you COULD come here and get a baked potato completely plain, or with a pile of plain vegetables on top, we suppose, but you'd spend your entire meal hating on your dining companions as you watch them devour the massive "rostis" for which this place is renown. Brazilian rostis, much like their Swiss counterparts, are an undeniable comfort food, essentially a massive hash brown filled with all manner of ooey-gooey meats, cheeses and vegetables that is definitely big enough to share. If, for some reason, the rosti doesn't appeal, try a baked potato slathered in toppings that range from Philly cheese to Brazilian cured sausage with cheese and onions to chicken Catipury (a soft, creamy Brazilian cheese). Or something less Brazilian, like Buffalo chicken or beef stroganoff. Empanadas are an option, as well. And yucca fries. And cheese balls. We reiterate: diets no. Stretch pants, perhaps.
4550 S. Kirkman Rd.
Orlando, FL 32811
- Homestyle: "Mrs. Potato is popular. And also relatively small. Don't be surprised if there's a line."
- Best for Homestyle Because: Comfort food comes from all over the globe. The rosti is one of Brazil's carb-laden contributions.