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54 Snider Avenue, York, ON M6E 4R9, Canada

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orlandos.ca
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Came to this place on Friday night. It is located behind the outfield. It's kinda crowded back there. There wasn't a line really, which was surprising. I had the cha cha bowl. It contained grilled chicken, pineapple-zucchini salsa, rice, and beans. The veggies kinda reminded me of tsukemono. The entire dish reminded me of Chipotle. Probably my only complaint about it was that the chicken was dry. The cha cha bowl was tasty, and I finished it all. I was still hungry after, though, so the portion isn't the largest. You will probably need to get something else to eat with it too. It's hard to believe that food as good as this is in a ballpark. The price was expensive at $11, but at least it wasn't like $18 or so for a crab sandwich. The next time I come to At&T I'll probably get the cha cha bowl again. Why take a chance when I know this is good?

orlandos.ca
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I went to a game back on Tuesday, September 27th. I grabbed a bunch of food with the roommate while Peter L and Bobby L ventured off to grab their own dinner. Peter came back with Jerk chicken nachos and Bobby had Chicharrones with chili-lime salt. I believe this was around 8:15pm. The nachos were a good portion. The chicken was nice and smokey. The cheese was delicious! I love nacho cheese and this did not disappoint. You really get a lot of toppings on this dish. Good for sharing. The chicharrones were delicious as well. Who doesn't love fried pork?! There was a nice heat from the chili while the lime provided a citrusy contrast. I've never thought about visiting Orlando's Caribbean BBQ, so I'm glad my friends did. Nice option for nachos. And of course chicharrones!

orlandos.ca
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I had the Cha Cha Bowl - I had read such awesome reviews. My chicken looked good and there was a good amount of it but taste-wise, it was super dry. The cold shredded veggies served on top of the bowl were nothing special. Bland taste, no sauce. There were other pickled veggies that are served only with the nachos, they would have probably added flavors to the bowl... The beans at the bottom were OK. I'd get the nachos next time that my friend had, less healthy but tastier!

orlandos.ca
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My foodie friend has season tickets (so he knows the stadium well!) and brought me to his favorite food spots around AT&T Park. Orlando's was the first one he brought me to, and I really liked the Cha Cha Bowl! A bit pricey at $11 for a bowl. Add your own BBQ, Chipotle, and Jalapeno sauce. Put the lid on and shake it up. The chicken is a tad on the dry side, and the rice grains a tad hard, but I'm not expecting gourmet here. The black beans, sliced cucumbers, and sauces all work great together.

orlandos.ca
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Easily the best food at AT&T park. I always make the trek out to center field to get a Cha Cha bowl. 10.75 and it's a good sized portion of food. Think burrito bowl with jerk chicken and the amazing zucchini pineapple carrot salsa. I don't know how they cut the veggies into noodle shape but it's great. Portable and potent. Of course it needs a bit of chipotle jalapeño and BBQ sauce to go on to. I've tried the nachos which were delicious also just a little messier than the bowl.

orlandos.ca
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Eh, from the reviews everyone likes the rice bowl for the quantity. I agree for the price the quantity is good for a fulling meal. But I found it rather on the bad end. The bowl's flavor is added by the sauce you add to it. After eating it, I found the chipotle sauce to not be spicy at all. Quite a disappointment for me, as I wanted the fire. After looking at my partners fried chicken stripes, we switched meals and I finished his. This was more satisfying. Glad I tried it but time to more on to the next food vendor in the ball park.

orlandos.ca
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I took my Dad to the game the other night and all I could think about what was what to eat during the game. It had been a long day and I was so hungry. We were running late, so I waited until about the 6th inning to get some food. I went to pick up my Crazy Crab sandwich to share with my Dad and needed a little something else to tide us overk those sandwiches are good but small. I walked over to the Orlando's Carribean BBQ because it seemed like one of the healthier choices. Then I ordered the Nachos. Laugh all you want, but these were actually some of the best nachos at the park. I've had the standard nachos, mijita nachos and tres agaves nachos and these were stacked for $10.00. Lots of chips, flavorful black beans, cheese, grilled jerk chicken and salsa. I asked them to top them with jalapenos and they hooked it up. It was a large sized portion for the price. http://goo.gl/y6vK7 I think if you are looking for a little something that's a ballpark favorite and not too mainstream, you should try Orlando's. We were very happy with the food and will be back at another game.

orlandos.ca
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Yummm I used to think Cha Cha Bowls were a jip. It's rice, a tiny bit of chicken, and some veggies. I didn't know how much food was actually in it until I got one today. For $10.75 http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/orlandos-caribbean-bbq-san-francisco?select=oHLzBV7_eSTDn0DAb0fGtw#oHLzBV7_eSTDn0DAb0fGtw, IT IS WORTH IT! There is so much food: rice, beans, chicken (I would like a bit more), and veggies. There are 4 types of sauces you can choose too! The sauces are BBQ, jalapeno, habanero, and chipotle. I couldn't tell what was what because I mixed it all into my bowl of goodness. I would definitely recommend it! Don't hesitate like me, GET IT! I think it's one of the healthier options at the park too!

orlandos.ca
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Of two minds about this. HUGE PORTIONS, healthy, well-priced -- especially for a ball park. I mean a huge meal was a little more than Gilroy Garlic Fries. But, the food was just kind of blah. Wanted it to be more flavorful and delicious.

orlandos.ca
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My wife and I had the "Cha Cha jerk chicken bowl" on Thursday August 27th, it was the worst meal we have ever experienced. The chicken was so dry and even some of the pieces were hard, it's as if they used chicken leftover from the previous game the night before. At $22.00 for a horrible meal we felt cheated and ripped off.

orlandos.ca
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The start of a new baseball season at AT&T Park means different things to different people. Aside from the sport itself there is something I look forward to almost as much as the hometown Giants' return to action. Only during the baseball season can I enjoy a delicious Cha Cha Bowl from Orlando's. For those Cha Cha Bowl virgins out there, what it is is a generous portion of moist medium grain rice, simmered black beans, juicy and boneless grilled jerk chicken breast chunks topped off with a cool and delectable pineapple salsa featuring zucchini and carrot strips, cooked onion and delicious pineapple (http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/y9Zwc68Gfkh4We5cR9YiSg?select=Un0_R88RUszY9lO1axJHPQ). Top it off with a bit of hot sauce if you wish. The hot rice, beans and chicken combination bonds well with the cold salsa. Delicious! What's better now is that Cha Cha Bowls are available up on the View Level just to the right of home plate. No more hiking down to the Orlando's behind the bleachers: we've got our very own Orlando's just steps away from my seats!

orlandos.ca
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Everyone has nachos, hot dogs, burgers, chicken and even sushi these days. Boring! But AT&T Park offes a few things that make it stand out from the rest and Orlando's Caribbean BBQ definitely hits the spot. The Cha Cha Bowl is a great tasting, filling and hot bowl of food that's healthy! Yes, healthy! At the ballpark! It comes with rice, black beans, moist and flavorful grilled chicken breast and a salsa made of cooked zucchini, carrots, onions and pineapple. Four sauces are available - jalapeno, chipotle, habanero and BBQ. I decided to add generous amounts of the chipotle and BBQ sauces before mixing everything up. Wow. The combination was simply delicious and one of the best things I've eaten at this ballpark. The portion was big enough that I couldn't finish the entire thing and even though I was surrounded by the scent of garlic emanating from all those trays of fries, I was satisfied with that bowl of yummy goodness. Just the perfect thing on a cold and windy night! For the money ($9.75), quality and flavor, this bowl is a bargain. There are two locations in the park - one on the View level behind home plate and one by the Coca-Cola bottle in center field on the Promenade level. Can't wait to try the jerk chicken nachos on my next visit!

orlandos.ca
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I recently started a "21 day no junk food challenge". My 8th day happened to fall on the same day as my first Giants game of the season. Oh great! What am I supposed to eat at a ballpark besides hot dogs, garlic fries, and soda? I yelped SF for some suggestions, and it was clear that the "Cha Cha bowl" from Orlando's was the healthiest option. It's white rice, black beans, grilled chicken, sauteed veggies, and a just a dab of fresh pineapple salsa. They have 2 kinds of bbq sauces on the side to add. It's $10, which sounds expensive, but really not compared to everything else being sold, and it's a good amount of food. I was full for the whole game, except to munch on some pistachios that I brought myself. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because they didn't offer brown rice as an alternative. I suppose I could have just told them no rice, but I thought I'd try it exactly how it's made to give a complete review. It's funny, I never thought I'd eat anything at a baseball game requiring a fork, but if you want to go a healthier route when rooting for the Giants, try Orlando's BBQ.

orlandos.ca
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This is one of my favorite stands in the park! I love the Cha Cha Cha bowl - jerk chicken, rice, beans and pineapple salsa. pair that with a beer and you got a great ballpark meal! (1 star off for the price. yah i know that it's the ballpark, things are expensive, but come on! if you lowered your prices, you would make more money and make more fans happy!) GO GIANTS!

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54 Snider Avenue, York, ON M6E 4R9, Canada
(416) 787-9955