Food Network’s Eat St. Returns to Orlando to Film Local Food Trucks; Fans Invited to Participate

Food Network’s Eat St. show will be returning to Orlando to film a Flavors of Florida episode, and fans are invited to show up and maybe be filmed, as well.

Six Orlando trucks have made the cut for the show, and here is the list and when their segments will be shot:

Bem B?mFriday, January 10 – Bem Bom

Location: Southeast Steel (63 W. Amelia St., Orlando) at noon

Serving up Portuguese food, the menu for the shoot will include Chicken Piri-Piri Prego, “Running Duck” Tacos, Fresh Ground Lamb Burger, and Mango Painted Fish Tacos.

 

Sushi & Seoul On The RollSaturday, January 11 – Sushi & Seoul On The Roll

Location: East End Market (3201 Corrine Dr, Orlando) at noon

Serving up Japanese and Korean food, the menu for the shoot will include Tuna Kobachi, Holy Goat Roll, Smoked Stacks, and Pork Belly Donuts

 

SwedeDISHSunday, January 12 – SwedeDISH

Location: Eat More Produce (1111 S. Orlando Ave, Winter Park) at noon

Serving up Swedish food, the menu for the shoot will include Thor The Viking Dog, Balder (Swedish-spiced beef patty with fresh blue crab meat), Leif (Swedish meatballs), and Salmon Burger.

Treehouse TruckMonday, January 13 – Treehouse Truck

Location: Golf Channel (7580 Golf Channel Dr., Orlando) at noon

Serving up a variety of sandwiches, the menu for the shoot will include Hot Ness burger, GC Luther burger, Papa Nick’s Roast Pork sandwich, and Mama’s PB&J sandwich.

 

Cafe Rouge ExpressTuesday, January 14 – Cafe Rouge Express

Location: First United Methodist Church of Orlando (142 E. Jackson St, Orlando) at noon

Serving up English-inspired food, the menu for the shoot will include Fish ‘n Chips (beer-battered haddock double-fried), Lamb Burger, Shepherd’s Pie, and Beer-Battered Cheesecake.

Curbside ChefWednesday, January 15 – Curbside Chef

Location: Orlando Weekly (1505 E. Colonial Dr, Orlando) at noon

Serving up food featuring organic produce and fish from their backyard aquaponic farm, the menu for the shoot will include Banana Leaf Tilapia, King Pho Soup, Korean Mussels, and Bird’s Nest French Toast.

If you show and are asked to be on camera, be outgoing and enthusiastic, and make sure you can describe why you like what you’re eating.

About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns Zengrrl.com, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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