We’ve got great news for those who have missed the presence of the Flying Fish on Disney’s BoardWalk since it closed for a lengthy refurbishment in February. It is set to reopen on Wednesday, August 3rd!
So this means that next week guests will be able to experience the all-new dining room and check out the goings-on in the new kitchen led by Chef Tim Majoras, who has been a member of the Flying Fish team since 2011.
Check out the updated menu here! I’m hoping this isn’t the FULL menu, as I don’t see the snapper OR the old-school steak on this menu, both of which were mentioned as coming back… . Fingers crossed that those items make their way back onto the menu soon… .
In the meantime, here’s a glimpse at some of the new items. Appetizers include the Yellowfin Tuna, A “Tour of the Coast,” and the Kurobuta Pork Belly.
From the entrees, here are the Wood-fired Carabinero Prawn and Cobia, Plancha-Seared Hokkaido Scallops, and the Wagyu Filet Mignon.
And here is an example of the Sustainable Fish of the Day.
And, though it’s not listed on the menu above yet, here is one of the Dessert options: S’more Time at the Beach.
Though the interior has been refurbished to reflect a more “sophisticated” feel, we can’t wait to see the ways it still celebrates its BoardWalk surroundings.
Are you excited for the debut of the new Flying Fish? Please let us know with a comment.