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The Flying Fish, Disney's BoardWalk

One of the most memorable experiences of our most recent trip to the big world, was dinner at The Flying Fish. We had a priority seating, which this night allowed us upon arrival to an immediate table. Keep in mind though, this might not always be the case.

Located in the heart of the BoardWalk, at first glance through the window, one might think that this is just another Disney restaurant. From outward appearances, and even after you walk inside The Flying Fish, it seems like a narrow, crowded, trendy Disney venue, with a big-buck price tag. But hey, it was there, we were hungry, and we had heard a lot about it, so we gave it a try.

When we sat down amid the neon and silver décor, our server confidently and thoroughly explained the evening's delicacies. Like many of the upscale Disney restaurants, the menus change almost nightly. This is due to the fact that the chef will only prepare dishes with the freshest available ingredients. For example, this night filet mignon was not available; it did not meet the chef's standards. We felt the Flying Fish lacked a little in atmosphere, but far made up for it with the high standard of the food.

We chose a starter, which nicely set the stage for the main course's that were to follow. We split a Flying Fish sampler, which consisted of Vegetable-Rock Shrimp Fritter, House Smoked Salmon, and Rock Crab Cake. The Rock Crab Cake was superb. For a starter, the Hail Caesar Salad is also great.

For entrees, we tried Char Crusted NY Strip Steak - with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Arugula and Sauce Foyot, and the Oak-Wood Grilled Atlantic Salmon with Warm Baby Spinach, Jicama, Wild Mushrooms and Crispy Pancetta Vinaigrette. Both were great. For dessert, the chef's specialty is the Warm Chocolate Lava Cake with Liquid Chocolate Center and Tarragon Crème Anglaise. The server will have you order it with your entrée, because it takes 20 minutes to prepare. It's out of this world! We also tried the Petite Espresso Crème Brulee with Biscotti. It's also great!

If your desire for a magical Disney night out is great food, then the Flying Fish is your place. If you are looking for a themed Disney restaurant with great atmosphere, then you should keep looking past the Flying Fish. All in all, great food, but we will pass on the quasi-contempo atmosphere. Sorry, we are just a little "Goofy" at heart!








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