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Reservations open July 29 for redesigned Flying Fish on Disney’s Boardwalk at Walt Disney World Resort

in Food, Walt Disney World

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The popular Flying Fish restaurant on Disney’s Boardwalk at Walt Disney World resort will be taking reservations beginning tomorrow, July 29, after a comprehensive re-imagining featuring a new menu and interior.

According to the Disney Parks Blog, the entire interior which includes the on-stage kitchen has been redesigned and an all-new menu will be offered.

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The menu still retains its seafood theme, of course, but features all-new selections using entirely sustainable fish and shellfish from Chef Tim Majoras including corn-encrusted wild Gulf shrimp, yellowfin tuna, wild Alaskan king salmon and plancha-seared Hokkaido scallops. There’s also Wagyu filet mignon, Kurobuta pork belly, free-range chicken and bison strip loin to mix things up a bit. A new wine list features almost 80 selections as well.

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Reservations open tomorrow for dates beginning August 3. For reservations, visit DisneyWorld.com/dine or call 407-WDW-DINE.

4 Comments

  1. Gia

    I gotta say, this used to be my favorite WDW restaurant, we went there regularly and even know the staff. We’ve been waiting for it to reopen with a fresh new look and enhanced menu. But now seeing the new menu, my husband and I are pretty disappointed. It is missing our favorite dishes, the scallops over the incredible risotto (now grits? Ew!) and the NY strip! From the pictures and descriptions, seems like the dishes are lacking volume and the richness that used to characterize them. The combinations or sides in the entrees are basically poorly paired garnishes. Not sure now if we will revisit, at least not with this new menu. So very sad. :-(

  2. Peter

    Gia, Disney is cutting back on everything, even though they are making money hand over fist. Did you expect something more? Le Celliar used to be a great steakhouse, not so much anymore. I was hoping Flying Fish would be good, but I would be the only person eating there. Not much to choose from for the non fish eaters in the family. The parks are getting run down, they don’t maintain like they used to. It’s a shame. They no longer care about the customer.

  3. Mindy

    This was my favorite restaurant on property. The new menu is a pretty big letdown.
    Everything that was unique and special about the signatures is going away.
    Now its just “Have your salmon or bison with a different sauce at each of our signature restaurants!”

  4. Lea

    Hi
    Thank you for posting your article, it is quite interesting.
    Keep posting !

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