The Flying Fish Restaurant officially re-opened today at Disney's BoardWalk. Per the Disney Parks Blog, the redesigned interior pays tribute to the golden era of boardwalk dining with tiled walls, wood, a deep blue carpet and other accents. An open kitchen serves 191 guests including the re-designed "Chef's Counter". Guests at the Chef's Counter sit in front of the open kitchen while they enjoy their six-course dinner.
The restaurant is led by Chef Tim Majoras and the new menu features sustainable fish offerings. Appetizers include:
- Blue Crab Bisque with jumbo lump crab, melted leeks, aged sherry and tarragon creme fraiche
- Corn-crusted wild Gulf shrimp
- Tour of the Coast with local middleneck clams, rock shrimp, icy blue mussels and Florida coast grouper cheek.
Entree offerings 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
- Wood-Fired Cobia and Carabinero Prawn with rosemary-laced arroz bomba, Peruvian sweet pepper and andouille.
Sommelier for Flying Fish, Stig Jacobsen, has prepared nearly 300 different wines including almost 80 by the glass. Wine flights have also returned alongside a new cocktail menu.