South Daytona in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in South Daytona with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 360 reviews
We are proud to serve authentic homemade Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Korean dishes. We only use quality, fresh ingredients in all our food. All of our dishes are made to order and no request is too small or large. You can taste the difference for yourself!
Can't say enough about the staff, so friendly and accommodating even though our arrival was later in the evening. The restaurant has plenty of room and is comfortable.The portions of food are more than enough, we all took home leftovers. I ordered the general tso chicken. It was good. The beef low mein was very tastey as well. I would return to this restaurant again when in the area.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Family owned and operated, Don Vito's Italian Restaurant is a fantastic establishment that utilizes traditional recipes and comfortable surroundings to provide patrons with, "A Meal YOU Can't Refuse". Using fifth generation recipes passed down from their grandmothers in the kitchen, the owners sons prepare authentic Italian dishes ranging from all of your favorites to some unique creations that you may not have experienced previously, including PIZZA. All of this is served up in a comfortable dining room with black booths, and a number of pieces of Italian art and movie photos on the wall. Located in the quaint Beach Street area directly on International Speedway Blvd. And across the bridge from the beach, Don Vito's is a must-visit Italian restaurant in Daytona for dine in, take out or catering!
I visited while in Daytona just after the hurricane in September and let me tell you I was greeted and seated by Jimmy the owner and Barbara his wife took our order the nicest people you will ever want to meet.My dad and I ordered a large pizza with pepperoni and hamburg and let me tell you that was the best pizza I have ever had and cant wait to come back in September for more.Get ready for me Barbara Im coming back cant wait to visit you guys again.
4.5 based on 465 reviews
Met up with a retired co-worker who was passing threw Daytona. They had already eaten earlier, so we got together and talked and decided to go for Ice cream . We stopped and everyone got a cone, large selection to choose from. Good ice cream, and we had a good time visting. Place was busy, nice game room. Will go back.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Was super cute place and owner was very nice, with apple fritters to die over!! But the rest was just ok. The biscuits and gravy was bland, and very much to my husbands disappointment, the corn beef hash was loaded with onions. Something we aren’t...MoreWe apologize for your disappointment. We appreciate your honest feedback and take it into the deepest consideration, as we always strive for improvement. Thank you for dining with us.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
This store is always busy which I like because it means they always have "hot doughnuts now". I find the staff particularly friendly and helpful also. We went in the other day to pick up a dozen "hots" and my 4yo grandson wanted a sprinkle doughnut. The clerk (sorry forgot the name) just gave him one! Sure the cost of one doughnut to the store was probably minimal, but that one gesture makes me a loyal customer for life!
4.5 based on 171 reviews
Family owned since 1948, 4 generations of the Zeno's family has been making the World's Most Famous Taffy, Homemade Ice Cream, and hundreds of other kinds of sweet confections.
It was 8:35 and we were in the mood for ice cream. It didn't happen here because the place was closed. Too bad this update to store hours wasn't posted on Trip Advisor. We went to a competitor instead.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Vittoria provided well baked Italian cookies; however, their poor selection, high prices, and nasty habit of not listing prices hurt them. At 8AM, the selection was terrible. Most displays were empty. The nice cashier said Vittoria will travel to Canada in a week or so, thus the low inventory, but you can order cookies for the next day. Sadly TripAdvisor photos over the months show poorly filled display cases, suggesting it might be a policy and not travel.
Though about $.050 per item overpriced, we got some of everything, except for the cannoli, because Vittoria pre-fills the cannoli, which makes it soggy. The Sfogliatelle and Amaretti cookies were very good.
Sfogliatelle (Lobster Tails) for $3.75 – This 4-inch triangular pastry tasted quite good.
Éclair for $3.75 – This 4-inch by 1.5-inch item was small for an éclair and the quality was only supermarket level.
Amaretti cookie for $2 – This 2.5-inch almond paste cookie, which we specially ordered for the next day, tasted excellent. It was crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside.
Biscotti for $2 – This cookie had a center that was not crunchy.
Pizzelle cookie for $1 – This small 3.5-inch wafer was fresh baked and crunchy.
Raspberry Rugelach & Lindzer cookies for $1 – These two cookies were just average.
4.5 based on 214 reviews
This diner reminds me of up North, were diners are 24/7. Rossi’s is a local hangout and the owner knows the regulars. I had pancakes and my sons had egg sandwich & french toast. The food was hot and the coffee cup never empty. The pancakes were big but kinda heavy not fluffy. Both boys scarfed down their dishes. I believe the bill was under $25. A must try.
4.5 based on 619 reviews
The area’s most acclaimed Fine Dining Classical Italian cuisine with an extensive wine list set in an historic building. CIA Graduate chef and his wife are hosts.
We always celebrate Valentine's Day early or late to avoid crowds and poor service.
We had a gift card to The Cellar for several months so we decided this was the perfect occasion to use it. Reservations are a must this week with Valentine's Day and Race week in full force. Very nice Atmosphere in the basement of a historic Victorian Home which was once a seasonal residence for President Warren G Harding in the old section of Daytona Beach. A far cry from the typical chains and beach bars and grills that saturate the area. Very unique Italian cuisine. Everything is A la Carte. They are known for their homemade pasta. Our waiter, Danny, gave us prompt and excellent service and his suggestions were right on! All our selections were delicious, cooked perfectly and portions were generous.This is probably one of the higher priced restaurants in the area but the quality, selection, and presentation of the food warranted the cost. No pressure to rush, we dined for 2.5 hours and left full and content. This place defines fine dining. If you are looking to impress someone, this is the place to go!
4.5 based on 227 reviews
We were not real impressed for the price. They have good hard shell tacos.The nachos did not have enough cheese and the chips were no even heated. The cheese dip was just melted white cheese with nothing added and it was very thick. It is a very small place with only 2 booths and 1 table inside. Taco Bell is better and cheaper. Nothing worth going back for.
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