Orlando in Florida has it share of best eateries - from food trucks to fine dining, which does not necessarily equate to expensive meals. Here are some of the best places to eat in Orlando which will not burn your pocket:

On weekends, Santiago's Bodega serves brunch. For $40, you can eat as much as you can, according to 10 Best. An order usually includes sangria and mimosas. Aside from the favorite tapas, the satisfying menu includes crab, custom omelets and prime ribs.

Tu Casa is mainly Dominican. Tender meats, piles of staple carbs like rice, maduros and beans are on the menu. For a little more than $5, you can have 2-3 meals' worth of food in your container, and then you realize that the value and flavor is all worth it.

There are no tables at Banh Mi Nha Trang except for one folding plastic.There are chairs for wailting found at the side of the small standing area on the customers' side of the lunch counter. They do not accept credit cards and the owners can hardly speak English, but it all adds to the charm of the place. And they have that delicious banh mi.

Bem Bom Food Truck prepares mostly Portuguese cuisine with gourmet tacos and delectable pastries, fish croquettes with black-eyed pea salad, piri piri chicken and others.They also serve marinated filet mignon topped with a quail egg. They have a website and you can also find them in Facebook and Twitter.

For the price of $9, you can already have two or three tacos and a drink at at Tako Cheena. The tacos here are delightful. This place is cozyl, friendly and local in vibe, but its food is a combination of Filipino, Thai and Cuban, and Mexican. Try the Panko-crusted cod takos, banh-mi hot dogs, Indian butter burritos, Thai peanut chicken takos and Asian braised beef on arepas. You can view feedback from satisfied customers for more Orlando cheap eats here.