Our last night at the World and we had 6:00 ADR's for the Flying Fish. Since I had been somewhat "under the weather" for a large part of the week, I was really looking forward to dinner here. We've been going to the FF on a semi-regular basis since they first opened-- it's one of our favorite WDW spots. We were seated promptly upon our arrival at 5:50 PM and as we passed the open kitchen, I took a nice, long look at all the wonderful food cooking over the oak wood grill. Nice way to whet the appetite!! Fortunately this evening we got a table about mid-way in the restaurant--avoiding the dred Cabana Room where we had been deposited a few meals back. Mrs U ordered her usual glass of wine and I ordered a Bass Ale from their somewhat lacking beer list. For appetizers, I selected Wild Caught Gulf Shrimp Cocktail, while Mrs U got the Peeky Toe Crabcakes. Now I can't really tell the difference between a wild caught shrimp and a tame one. But these were reasonably good sized and pretty good. AS AN APPETIZER--the crabcakes are also pretty good. Nothing like the real genuine Md. crabcake of course, but "tasty-sweet" nonetheless and accompanied by Flying Fish slaw. For my entree, I chose the Oak Grilled Atlantic Salmon. Something about that Oak fire in the kitchen had captured my attention and this sounded good. It was served with spinach, fennel, and butter emulsion. A nice piece of fish--but I thought it somewhat bland. I'm not sure Oak grilling fish (without some sort of marinade or sauce) is the best way to go. It was good--but dry. Mrs U did much better with their signature Potato Wrapped Red Snapper. Not the largest piece of fish I'd ever seen for $34.00, but GOOD!!!The red wine butter sauce just makes this dish!! My salmon could have used some While I'm on "signature dishes" at FF, I should mention their famous steak. A char-crusted NY strip, with "sauce foyot". Now I didn't get this, but the fellow at the next table did. It came out covered in sauce foyot, such that he couldn't see the steak!! He looked perplexed, and asked his wife how he would eat the steak when he couldn't see the fat. He was almost going to send it back. Turns out he needn't have worried--he took one tentative bite, then before you knew it, the entire steak was GONE!! He told me it was one of the best steaks he'd ever had.. Desserts were good that evening-I had the trio of house made sorbets (Green Apple, pineapple, raspberry) and Mrs U had Warm Chocolate gallette, served with raspberrys. Mine was perfectly light and a good way to finish off a heavy meal. Her's looked a bit heavy, but the portion wasn't overly large and she finished it all. The restaurant wasn't terribly busy when we got there, but by the time we left at 7:30, it was quite full. The dress code was not enforced, and there were a fair # of children in the restaurant. All in all-a very good dinner!!