I visited Cafe Tu Tu Tango twice last year! The cafe was a quick stop on my way to the airport after the Walt Disney World Wine and Dine Food Festival… and again on my way home from our Acura Holiday Road Trip along the Gulf Coast in December. Clearly the cafe made quite the impression on me to make two out of state visits in one year!
Cafe Tu Tu Tango was created by three friends who wanted to recreate their travels abroad to Barcelona, Spain, where they experienced the creative culture of artists and writers who filled the small cafes and coffee shops.
When you walk into Cafe Tu Tu Tango, an eclectic mix of local art lines the entry way and throughout the entire restaurant. In addition to the colorful atmosphere, the Spanish style tapas cuisine won me over. I love being able to try multiple dishes from restaurants and shareable tapas style is the best way to take your dining experience to the next level.
Here’s what you need to know…
Sunday Brunch is bottomless. That’s right, all you can eat at a set price of $25 or you can pick from a selection of Brunch tapas, such as the Spiced Cauliflower, Southwestern Chicken Flatbread or Cajun Chicken Egg Rolls. Add bottomless Mimosa or Bloody Marry Bar for $15 for only.
The regular weekly lunch menu also carries some excellent options from Jalapeno Mac & Cheese to Crispy Chicken Sliders, you wont be disappointed. And don’t forget dessert… all I can say is Chocolate Dipped Cheesecake Lollipops, yum. Next time I’m in Orlando I will making a third trip to try out the Dinner menu!
Cafe Tu Tu Tango has Lunch, Brunch, Dinner and Late Night Menu options. Click here to check out each menu and to plan your trip to the cafe!
Buen provecho! xx Jennifer