I always love catching up with my friend Erica and this past time was no exception. We met up after work for dinner and ended up chatting and snacking for three and a half hours. Of course, it still wasn’t long enough.
We met up at Greens & Grille, a restaurant with two locations, both in Orlando. We met up at the location by the Mall at Millenia, and the second one is near UCF. They serve up fresh salads, soups and sandwiches. You can order off their premade, signature menu, or you can pick your own ingredients to build your own creation. All of the protein is thrown on the grill prior to being placed on your salad or in your sandwich. Erica and I both ordered salads from the signature menu.
I ordered a cobb salad with grilled shrimp.
Their prices do run a little high for salads (about $10), but they’re huge, and everything is very high quality. I don’t know why, but ordering salads out always tastes better than when I make them at home.
After gabbing for awhile at Greens & Grille, we headed around the corner to Tutti Frutti for some froyo. They offer soy bean froyo, but I stuck with the normal variety. The soy bean based froyo boasts being fat free, gluten free, has no artificial sweeteners, and has more protein.
I got a swirl of pineapple and coconut for a pina colada flavor and topped it with chocolate chips, kiwi, blueberries and a plop of whipped cream. I love mixing chocolate and fruity flavors.
It was a sweet ending to a fun time!
Do you prefer sweet or tart froyo flavors? I usually go for the tart, fruity flavors.