Few things taste better than a home-cooked meal. When you bite into it, you can practically taste the TLC that went into making it. You’re hit with a wave of nostalgia and taken back to your most cherished memories, and for that brief moment you’re completely in love with your life (if you weren’t already). You might be biased because your loved one was the culinary genius behind it, but the meal was also most likely made from fresh ingredients, and that certainly adds to that unbeatable flavor.
This is our philosophy here at Café Murano, an authentic Italian restaurant with two locations in Central Florida. We follow a scratch kitchen concept. This means that absolutely everything is made to order. In fact, our freezer is mostly empty. Gone are any preservatives. Gone are ingredients that have been stored away for days. When you place an order here, you are guaranteed a meal of the home cooked caliber with fresh ingredients. The chefs don’t start prepping your food until the order’s been placed.
This is such a refreshing alternative to today’s cuisine. We live in a world where you can order a meal in less than five minutes and be on your merry way. It’s nice to be able to go out for a satisfying dinner and know that you’re being fed like your mother or father would feed you: with the freshest ingredients and with the utmost care. As convenient as it is to get that meal in a short amount of time, the wait for a homemade-style meal is worth it.
The first of our locations is at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs. We are placed at a lovely lakefront setting, and feature live entertainment on select nights. The second is at yet another lakefront location in Veranda Park, only a few minutes away from Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, in the Metro West area. In commercial areas like these, you’re going to find fast food restaurants left and right. We are a smart and healthier alternative.
Café Murano is the ideal restaurant for those of you missing home and homemade meals. One taste, and you’ll feel as if you never even left.