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Gone are the fun house mirrors and Ferris wheel parts of its predecessor, Disney-fan favorite the Flying Fish Cafe. The newly minuted version comes with a shortened name and some exceptionally swanky... Read More
Gone are the fun house mirrors and Ferris wheel parts of its predecessor, Disney-fan favorite the Flying Fish Cafe. The newly minuted version comes with a shortened name and some exceptionally swanky decor that pairs beautifully with its sustainable seafood. Plancha-seared scallops, wood-fired Spanish octopus, crispy soft shell crab and Maine lobster nero pasta are among the phenomenal entrees. Got a dining companion who's less than keen on joining the Little Mermaid "under the sea?" Turf items such as Wagyu filet mignon should do nicely. Walking in on a busy evening? The restaurant's elegant bar is an idea spot to wait, imbibe and peruse the evening's catch, or you can head next door to the steampunk-Houdini haven of AbracadaBar where the drinks are imbued with so much Disney magic, you'll want to make a couple disappear.
- Fine Dining, Seafood: "As with most sit-down Disney venues, reservations are highly recommended. If you're determined to dine here but didn't call ahead, come late."
- Walt Disney World ®'s Best Restaurants: "To ensure you get a table, make a reservation online or call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463 up to 180 days prior to your visit.If you're determined to dine but didn't call ahead, come late."
- Walt Disney World ®'s Best Seafood: "Flying Fish Cafe is currently undergoing some renovations, but doors should be back open come Summer 2016."
- Best for Fine Dining Because: It's not on the same level as Victoria & Albert's (almost nothing is) but Flying Fish affords guests an atmospheric and quite delicious dining experience.
- Best for Walt Disney World ®'s Best Restaurants, Seafood, Walt Disney World ®'s Best Seafood Because: Orlando visitors often fail to escape the gravitational pull of the theme-park area. Flying Fish's top-shelf cuisine gives them a good excuse to stay put.