My Sundays are usually spent with Maria and David as we try to take blog photos for each other and enjoy delicious local bites. Since David had never been to East End Market, Maria and I figured that Domu wold be the perfect brunch spot.
This picture sums up my life.
We loved the aesthetics, modern and chic. Old school hip hop music played in the cozy little restaurant, the vibe is very hipster. You can sit at the bar, dinning area or find a table outside.
Let’s get to some of the important facts first.
Domu is located at Orlando’s East End Market. There is a parking lot, but it’s usually always full. Luckily, there is a church directly next door to the market with plenty of space. You’ll see a sign that says “East End Market Overflow Parking”. This Asian eatery does not accept reservations or takeout. If you like to dine early, be sure to beat the dinner crowd. Being the weird night owl that I am, I jumped for joy when I heard that they’re open until midnight on the week days and until 2 am Friday-Saturday. I’ve been looking for a late night Asian soup spot (cough,cough, pho. But ramen will do!) And of course, my inner basic was ecstatic to hear that they serve Sunday Brunch. Domu serves FRESH NOODS. That’s right, their noodles are handmade with love. There’s nothing like fresh noods.
Maria and I started off with the Boba Mimosas which come in mango and strawberry flavors. I loved this idea so much.
David ordered the Domu wings aka KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) and I’m not going to lie, the description didn’t sound appetizing to me at all. It said the glaze was kimchi based, but as much as I enjoy kimchi, I didn’t think it would be good. I was so wrong. The crispy chicken wings were covered in a delicious sauce with spicy, savory and sweet flavors. I could taste a bit of the kimchi but it wasn’t overpowering. David liked it so much, he ordered another batch to go. Another plus side to these wings is that they’re gluten free!
Okay, the next part is kind of confusing because I can’t find a menu online and I don’t remember what exactly we ordered.
Brunch bao with eggs
Maria and I both ordered ramen but one of us ordered the Richie Rich.
We share and taste everything. I can honestly say the broth here is tasty and I’ll definitely hit up Domu when I crave ramen. Our experience was solid, we’ve already talked about going back soon. Be sure to visit them for a unique experience and curb your ramen cravings.
3201 Corrine Dr
Orlando, FL 32803