Flying Fish Cafe reviews
Disney's BoardWalk Inn
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Reviewed on Sep 03, 2012 by bethymouse
This signature restaurant has the most delicious crabcake appetizer I've ever tasted, and I'm from Maryland! Our waiter was so very kind and attentive! I would recommend going without kids, as it has an upscale atmosphere! The seafood truly was amazing! I would definitely like to experience this restaurant again!
"Amazing food & service!"
Reviewed on Aug 03, 2012 by Skipper03
My wife & I enjoyed our anniversary dinner here while mom kept the 2 year-old for an early bed time... it was such an amazing dinner! I was so blown away by the quality of the food and drinks. Yes, we spent a little more than we might back home, but it was so worth it. And even though we didn't have our little one with us, there were plenty of families enjoying the more upscale dining here.
We shared the crab cake for an appetizer (SO good!), then split a delicious caser salad, wife had a bellini & I got some delicious "flying fish" specialty drink with gin... thinking about it now & my mouth is watering. My entree was a potato covered red snapper, & my wife had scallops with cheese risotto - again, just amazing.
Our waitress from Hong Kong was super nice and gave us several little free treats to take back to our Art-of-Animation Suite for the rest of our family not at dinner.
I was a little embarrassed when they asked me to please observe the "gentlemen's rule" of no hats while dining... we were dressed nicely after going back for a shower after a day at Animal Kingdom, but that ball cap had to go! :)
I would highly recommend the Flying Fish Cafe!
"two visits one year apart and fabulous both times"
Reviewed on Jan 24, 2011 by EvilQueen-T
we went to flying fish the week after thanksgiving 2009 and again 2010. we had a great time on both visits. wonderful wait staff. great food. we had a 9-something adr and got there much quicker than expected (not our kind of usual luck lol) but they were able to go ahead and seat us. i love this place. it would likely be packed and impossible to get into if it were in a different location. being on the boardwalk is likely why you can get an adr less than 180 days out otherwise based on the food/service etc... i think it would be one of the hardest reservations to get on wdw property. i almost hope it doesn't get to popular...it's a great secret little place to eat.
"Lovely meal "
Reviewed on Jun 21, 2010 by RAIDER
We dined there for dinner in June 2010
Staff were very helpful and the meals were very good ,my only negative was that with the with the fish meals they tended to put alot of sauce on it drowning out the flavour .Otherwise cant fault it
"Always very good to great."
Reviewed on Dec 30, 2009 by jcarr631
Me and my wife have eaten here several times over the years. Both as a couple and with family. Never disappointed but much better as a couple. Not for kids. Last visit was great. Service was excellent. Friendly and professional.
Reviewed on Jan 26, 2008 by rainfully
We had dinner for two at Flying Fish Cafe... I went into it with fairly high expectations, and they were all met and exceeded! Service was excellent... all courses came with perfect timing. I had the crab cakes, which were mouth watering. For the entree, I chose their signature dish, the potato wrapped snapper. It was amazing. The dessert was a chocolate cake wth a melted center which was also fantastic. The atmosphere was nice on the night I was there, and it wasn't very crowded at all. I recommend it as a great date destination for those who are a little adventurous with their dining choices.
"One of our Favorites!"
Reviewed on Jan 26, 2008 by TwoTigersMom
This is a must do on the first day of any of our trips. My son absolutely loves their calimari and their crab cakes are to die for! I enjoy the atmosphere in this restaurant. The service is great, as a matter of fact, we have always had the same waiter each visit. Not only is the food amazing, but I love the decor as well. If you look at the mural on the side wall towards the back of the restaurant you'll find a hidden mickey. The only draw back here is the bathroom. You have to walk to the front of the restaurant and through the side doors into the carndy shoppe to get to the restroom. Other than that it's great!