If one is seeking to visit a comforting and unique restaurant, The Social Chameleon fits the description.

Located in the Milk District, The Social Chameleon serves as a quiet place ideal for a date or intimate dinner. The restaurant is ideal if one wants to have a movie and dinner date because the location is close to the Premiere Orlando Theater in the Fashion Square Mall. Uniquely decorated with an assortment of collectible objects, such as coke bottles and old picture frames, arranged along the walls and decorating the outside area, the restaurant leaves an impression on the visitor.

There is inside seating, however, the room is similar to that of a small bedroom. The tables are also inconveniently placed in front of the kitchen, which causes disruptions during dinner because of the clanging of dishes and the chef yelling out orders. Sitting outside is definitely recommended for a more intimate conversation. The only inconvenience of sitting outside is that the seating is located next to the parking lot where cars come and go.

However, the food makes up for the lack of space. The Mediterranean Experience ($6.50) is a flatbread consisting of tomato, red onion, peppers, cucumbers and a side of Baba Chanouj. All of these elements combined make for an authentic Greek taste and a sensation that leaves one’s tongue tingling with flavor. The serving size is similar to a personal pizza, cut up into six pieces making the flatbread satisfying.

The pizza also proves more than satisfactory. It comes in two sizes, the 7-inch (6 slices), and the 12- inch (10 slices).The Chicken Italian Pizza ($8.50 for 7- inches, $10.50 for 12- inches) consists of ripe tomato, chicken, pepperoni and ranch. The pizza has a mild spice to it, but it accents well with the flavor of the pepperoni and chicken. The Chicken Italian Pizza is one of the daily specials, therefore it is only available on certain days. The 7- inch pizza is ideal for one person and the size proves accommodating if one has an empty stomach.

The restaurant also serves a combination of soups and salads, including Serena’s Spinach Salad and the Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Bisque $6.50.

Along with the inconvenience of small space, the service is relatively slow. It takes about 30-45 minutes for orders to arrive, which proves a problem if one is hungry. The Social Chameleon is definitely not a place for a quick bite.

The restaurant exclusively serves dinner and is not open on Monday. Their hours on Sunday and Tuesday are from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. and on Wednesday through Saturday they are from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.

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