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The Hubillas strive to keep their food authentic, with powerful sweet, sour and salty flavors. For customers new to the cuisine, Thess Hubilla says she and her family explain the dish in more detail such as highlighting a certain ingredient. In some cases the family has had to tone down the seasoning, but they have to be careful not to alienate those familiar with the fare. Were going to have a whole bunch of people who will call us on it if we change a dish, she said with a laugh. Diners find that authenticity appealing, said Bonnie Riggs, a restaurant industry analyst with the NPD Group, a market research company. Customers want to try new and different flavor profiles. Going to a restaurant is kind of replacing going to a concert, Riggs said. Its so expensive. We want that experience to be as unique as possible. Consumers are more knowledgeable about food than ever before because of the internet, as well as cooking shows that feature global cuisine and ingredients, she said. They want to get their moneys worth. The addition of ultra authentic restaurants illustrates the diversity of Orlandos foodie scene, said Ricky Ly, a local blogger who runs TastyChomps.com.