The Flying Fish Café is at Disneys Boardwalk Resort. It has a pleasant atmosphere and it the place was hopping. We had a waiter named Johnny, who was courteous and well-informed. I started with a Salad of Arugula and Fennel (with nicoise olives, red onions, frisee, lemon-poppyseed vinaigrette). It was very tasty and I enjoyed it. My husband had some type of lobster salad, which he liked. I wanted to order fish for my entrée, but it didnt want it to be undercooked (like the fish I had at Bluezoo), but Johnny, the server, assured me the fish would be thoroughly cooked and nice and hot. So, I had their signature dish, the Potato-Wrapped Snapper with Creamy Leek Fondue and Red Wine Butter sauce. It was delicious, cooked through and through and very hot (the way I like it). My husband had the Char-Crusted New York Strip Steak with potatoes and asparagus. It was cooked perfectly (medium-rare) and he was a happy camper. The steak was very tender and full of flavor. It was MUCH better than the steaks at Shulas. We skipped dessert (because I had some French pastries in my room for later). The Flying Fish doesnt have big portions, but the food is very good and I would eat there again.