It was absolutely pouring out when we arrived at the Boardwalk. Since Fantasmic! was cancelled, we had originally arrived about 25ish minutes early for our ADR. We had no intention of being seated early, we just wanted to check in and get OUT of the rain. When I stopped at the podium, we were told there was absolutely no way we could check in until 15 minutes before our ADR time and when we went to grab a seat the hostess basically told us we couldn't wait there until it was time to check in. To say I was beyond annoyed was a bit of an understatement. C'mon lady, its pouring rain outside! Thankfully, once we were finally permitted to check-in, Joanna was our server and she was absolutely lovely! I was a little worried, since our server's name earlier that day was JoAnn, I was hoping we wouldn't have a repeat and we definitely did not. She was so bright and bubbly and answered all of our questions and made some great suggestions for us. I definitely wanted the same cocktail I had here on my last trip, so we ordered up two of these babies... These are the perfect blend of tart and sweet and they go down wayyyyyyyyy to easy. They don't taste strong, but definitely pack a punch, so beware. For apps, Megan decided to go with this... Crispy Maine Coast Jonah Crab Cake - Savory Vegetable Slaw, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis, and Ancho Chile Rémoulade $17.00 I was in a sampling mood, so I went with this... Signature Flying Fish Cafe Appetizer Duo Highlight Item - Crispy Maine Coast Jonah Crab Cake and Our Very Own Caesar Salad $16.00 The crab cakes were amazing. The portion size of my crab cake was not that much smaller than Megan's which was surprising since hers was more expensive. The Caesar salad was good, but it didn't actually knock my socks off. The parmesan crisp was a little difficult to eat honestly. As soon as you stabbed it with your fork, it became a bunch of crumbs. I had a really hard time deciding what I wanted here, which was surprising, since I'm all about the fish. I just wasn't feeling anything on the menu. Maybe it was my own poor attitude about the weather, compounded by the icy reception at the restaurant. Or perhaps it was the deserts we just scarfed down... At any rate, we ended up both getting the same thing... Oak-grilled Maine Sea Scallops - English pea, Pecorino, basil, and mascarpone-laced risotto di carnaroli with prosciutto di parma cracklins $36.00 (Ordered without the prosciutto) Sadly, our entrees ended up arriving before I had even finished taking a picture of our appetizers. They took them back to the kitchen, but when they reappeared, it was obvious that they had just set them under a heating lamp because the scallops were way overdone and the rice was mush. I was also really disappointed in the presentation of this, it just looked unappealing, which was shocking since our appetizers were beautifully presented. At this point, we were pretty over it, and just figured we would enjoy another dessert to compensate. Megan ordered... White Chocolate and Raspberry Creme Brulee - toasted almond biscotti with fresh raspberries $7.00 This was divine! The custard was thick and creamy, and was beautifully balanced with the raspberries. I had my eye on this... Trio of Concession Sweets: On the Boardwalk - Popcorn Mousse and Caramel Corn, Cherry-Limeade Popsicle, and S'Mores Whoopie Pie Lollipop $9.00 I loved this! I was a little concerned about the popcorn mousse, but it had a beautiful butter flavor and great texture. The homemade caramel corn put this over the top! The S'Mores whoopee pie was also excellent. It was a graham cracker whoopee, with marshmallow cream and chocolate. It was the perfect little bite. The only criticism I have is that the popsicle was super tart (and I like tart!) It was pretty overwhelming so I only managed a few tastes. Thank goodness our server was so wonderful, otherwise I'm not sure I would return. Our appetizers and desserts were certainly highlights, but the entrée was really unacceptable in my book. They should have re-made our entrées when they arrived out and it was clear we wouldn't be ready for them for awhile. I can't say I would never return in the future, but I might skip Flying Fish on our next trip which is a shame, as this was one of my favorite restaurants from last trip!