Some restaurants try to sell a "dining experience," which usually means "expensive chairs." At Black Hammock Fish Camp in Oviedo the experience you get is "Florida."
Travel down snaking Oviedo roads to Lake Jessup, walk past the camp's live gator cage and you'll see the impressive stats on the ones that've been caught here (14 feet, 1/16 inch is the record). We didn't eat gator, but we were plenty satisfied with the Buffalo shrimp, which had a perfect wing-type spice that goes right to your toes.
You can't go to a fish camp and try to be healthful. God never meant for an ugly thing like catfish to be cooked in a daintified way fried, it's wonderful. Go to Black Hammock while the sun is up so you can get a good look at this rare preserve of Florida.