13th Annual Foodie Awards

And the 13th Annual Foodie Awards winners are...

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Islands of Adventure, Universal Orlando

Runners-up:

Le Cellier (Canada Pavilion Epcot, Lake Buena Vista); Three Broomsticks (Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal); Brown Derby (Disney's Hollywood Studios, Lake Buena Vista)

Critic's choice: Via Napoli

Italy Pavilion Epcot

You will find authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas here along with calamari fritti, lasagna verde and spaghetti with veal meatballs. The room reverberates with energy.

Vegetarian

Ethos Vegan Kitchen

1235 N. Orange Ave., Orlando; 407-228-3899; ethosvegankitchen.com

Runners-up:

Dandelion Communitea Café (Orlando); Green Day Café (Orlando)

Critic's choice: Woodland's Pure Vegetarian South Indian Cuisine

6040 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando (between Oak Ridge and Lancaster roads); 407-854-3330; Woodlandsusa.com

Woodlands is part of a small chain of three restaurants with other locations in Charlotte, N.C., and the Fort Lauderdale 'burb of Lauder Hill. The Orlando location is a plain Jane retrofit of a former fast-food eatery. Don't let that fool you. The owners concentrate on what counts — the food.

Vietnamese

Little Saigon

1106 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando; 407-423-8539; littlesaigonrestaurant.com

Runners-up:

Lac Viet Bistro; Pho 88; Viet Garden (all Orlando)

Critic's choice: Saigon Flavors

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