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Old 07-06-2014, 12:26 AM   #16
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Can't really argue with anyone here about which one has better food - it's Flying Fish by a mile.

With that said, we really enjoy Coral Reef and try to make it there every trip, whereas we rarely go to Flying Fish. FF is not kid friendly (in my opinion), so keep that in mind.

Coral Reef is convenient - convenience with a family of six is worth a mediocre food experience for us, although the food isn't bad, and the ambiance is nice.
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Originally Posted by DWillowBay View Post
Flying Fish ! Coral Reef should be avoided at all cost!!
Can't agree more. Coral Reef was horrible!! The Mahi Mahi was dry and small portion. Fried Shrimp was chewey and awful. The lobster bisque was off and yucky.

The only thing we liked was the lobster mac and cheese. It was good and we all shared it as it was the only thing edible we ordered.

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