Chef's Tasting Wine Dinner @ FF

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  1. OhThePain

    OhThePain DIS Veteran

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    My girlfriend and I just booked this for our upcoming trip. Flying Fish is currently our favorite restaurant on property, so this seemed like a no-brainer this time. Has anyone done this recently to shed some light on the types of dishes served? How was the experience? Feel free to add in anything else.:thumbsup2
     
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  3. OhThePain

    OhThePain DIS Veteran

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    Just going to give this a little bump. :goodvibes
     
  4. rhodymom

    rhodymom Mouseketeer

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    I have never heard of this and am completely interested in hearing more.
     
  5. Redwitch

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    We are booked for our third time in May. Our most recent menu (December) was:

    Amuse Bouches ~ Belize "Laughing Bird" Shrimp-laced Parsnip Crema: Spiced Creme Fraiche, Crispy Serrano Ham and Basil-infused Oil.
    Paired with Lucien Albrecht, Cremant'd Alsace NV
    1st Course ~ Miso-cured Yellowfin Tuna and Jonah Crab Roulade: Tiny Greens, Spiced Palm Hearts and Epcot Land Pavilion Cucumbers, Stanley Farms California Finger Limes, Tobikko and Asian Vinaigrette
    Paired with Laurenz Singing Gruner Veltliner, Austia 2008
    Fish Course ~ Pan Roasted, Fragrantly-spiced Local Bay-boat Red Grouper: Pan Roasted Chioggia Beets, Sun Chokes, and Young Radish With a Citrus-Shellfish Butter Emulsion
    Paired with Blaues Haus Chardonnay, Burgenland-Austria 2005
    Intermezzo ~ Cassis Ice
    Main Course ~ Oak-grilled Colorado Lamb "Porterhouse:" 5 County Cheddar Potato Gratin and Duck-roasted Chanterelle Mushrooms with a Truffle, Cassis and Red Wine Reduction
    Paired with Alpha Domus Navigator Bordeaux Blend, Hawkes Bay 2006
    Dessert ~ Ginger-laced Genoise Delice Fantasie: Eggnog Ice-cream and Chocolate Accents
    Paired with Saracco Moscato d'Asti, Piedmont

    We love it! You have a dedicated server and the chef often is "your server." The interaction is wonderful. Have a wonderful time!!!
     
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    gretchenohar@hotmail <a href="http://www.wdwinfo.com/dis-sponsor/" targ

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    WOW! Thanks for posting the question, OP - and thanks for the response, redwitch!
    Sounds to die for.
    Never heard of this option before, but will definitely check it out now.
     
  7. jodifla

    jodifla WDW lover since 1972

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    how much is this?
     
  8. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper You can observe a lot by watching.

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    Just under $150/person after tip.
     
  9. OhThePain

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    For my girlfriend and I the cost came to $314 and change for both of us ($157 each) including tax and gratuity. The price in October is slightly more than the price now. The few pictures I have tracked down and few reviews I have been able to find make it seem like the cost is a bargain.

    Redwitch, your most recent menu looks fantastic. Enjoy it again later this month (unless you already went, in which case do share :thumbsup2)!
     

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