posted by Colm Hanratty | 0 Comments
When I was fifteen I travelled to Orlando with my parents on a family holiday. We stayed in a hotel along a road (more of a motorway really) called International Drive. I remembered that there was a bit of life to be found along it, so last night I returned to see if my memory was serving me correctly.
It was, and around the International Drive / Sand Lake intersection you’ll find lots of restaurants. One of these is a restaurant called Kobe which bills itself as a steakhouse/Japanese restaurant. I’m always a bit hesitant to eat in those sorts of restaurants – the ones that specialise in two different things that don’t have much to do with each other. But I decided to give this place a go.
The main reason for me opting for this restaurant was the happy hours they have. Any time other than the three hours between 6pm and 9pm are happy hours. During these hours you can pick up six chicken wings for $4, $5 seafood salads, $5 Long Island Ice Teas and more. I went for the seafood salad as you can see and, funnily enough, the chicken wings. Both were very tasty and phenomenal value. So if you’re looking for somewhere decent yet cheap along ‘I Drive’, this is where to go.
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