The Flying Fish has officially reopened to Guests at Disney's BoardWalk Resort. The signature restaurant didn't just lose its "café;" it lost its fear of flying.
The menu and wine selection soar to new heights. Sustainable seafood, like the Tour of the Coast appetizer, which features middleneck clams, rock shrimp, icy blue mussels, and Florida Coast Grouper Cheek, all accompanied by a celeriac puree, takes center stage. The restaurant now also offers nearly 300 wines.


Along with sustainable fish, other entrées include planch-seared Hokkaido scallops; Wagyu filet mignon; Maine lobster Nero Pasta with golden tomato sauce, young artichokes and micro-lemongrass; Wild Alaskan King salmon; bison striploin, and Wood-Fired Cobia and Carabinero Prawn with rosemary-laced arroz bomba, Peruvian sweet pepper and andouille.


The look of the restaurant has also received major changes. With hues that conjure up the deep blue sea and a clear-glass school of artful fish and bubbles suspended from the stretched-fabric ceiling, the new Flying Fish features a sophisticated interior that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalk dining. White linens, wood, tiled walls and deep-blue carpet add a richness to the space that features an open kitchen and 191 seats, with an elegant private dining area room.


The popular “Chef’s Counter” is redesigned, now with seating for 12 at three separate tables directly in front of the open kitchen, where a six-course dinner with its own menu is offered.

To place a reservation or to learn more, be sure to visit DisneyWorld.com/dine or call 407-WDW-DINE.

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