The holiday season is in full swing, and for many people, that means eating lots of delicious Thanksgiving food. But how about you seek an alternative Thanksgiving spread other than the usual Turkey? We’re talking Chinese! 

Try a different take on Thanksgiving in Orlando meal with Asian cuisine at these Chinese restaurants in Orlando open on Thanksgiving. Do call them before visiting on Nov 23 to confirm their opening hours.

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Morimoto Asia
4.5  5 Rating (2)
1600 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista FL, 32830
On November 23rd, 2023, join Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs for a Thanksgiving meal with a Pan-Asian flair.
Treat the whole family to enjoy deliciously reimagined classics like Peking turkey, roasted pork fried rice, and candied yams. Additionally, the entire selection of delectable authentic Chinese foods, such as dumplings, noodles, rice, duck ramen, and Morimoto spare ribs will also be available.
The Thanksgiving meal price is $45 for adults and $20 for children under 10.
Peter’s Kitchen China Bistro
Restaurant $$
3922 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando FL, 32803
On Thanksgiving Day, Peter’s Kitchen China Bistro is open from 11 am to 8:30 pm. From 11 am to 3 pm, they will offer dim sum carts, and from 3 pm to 8 pm (kitchen closing time), you can order from their dim sum menu. Join them in this grand Thanksgiving celebration!
Hotto Potto
Restaurant $$
1700 N Semoran Blvd #118 Orlando, FL 32807, ORLANDO FL, 32807
Why not try something creative this Thanksgiving? Hotto Potto is a cute idea where you start with a basic broth, choose from a variety of meats and vegetables to create a personalized Chinese-style hot pot, and then you may add your favorite combination of toppings to it.
It's enjoyable, fairly affordable, and quite healthful. If you want, you can ask for completely vegan options.
Chuan Lu Garden
Restaurant $$
1101 E Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32803, ORLANDO FL, 32803
Words like "sophisticated," "spicy," and "authentic" are frequently used to describe Chuan Lu Yuan, a part of the famous Ginza steakhouse. They serve colorful, savory, aromatic, and delectable dishes.
Many of the Szechuan dishes served at Chuan Lu Yuan will be pleasantly unfamiliar to anyone used to Americanize Chinese food. Hot pots, hand-pulled noodle soups, and various other foods are available for culinary adventurers.
BENTO asian kitchen + sushi | Downtown Orlando
4.9  5 Rating (2)
151 S Orange Ave, Orlando FL, 32801
This trendy lunch establishment is all about sushi and noodles. Conch, scallops, salmon, tuna, and sriracha are lusciously presented in "torch rolls," and spicy red tobiko adds a nice pop. A variety of bento boxes are available, and those who avoid tea can find a bounty of boba.
Bento Cafes have been opening up all across the state and are well known for their reasonably priced but high-quality sushi and stir-fries. You are all sorted if you visit this Asian kitchen on Thanksgiving.