Flying Fish Café offers the freshest seafood available with pristine and panoramic views of the ocean. It has an innovative menu that showcases fresh and local ingredients that inspire to create lasting memories. The dining room is large and airy, featuring an appropriate maritime feel.
Start with the roasted garlic and brie scallions, spicy pork rolls or the fried shrimp basket. Then order a signature Flying Fish Café entrée like the bourbon and soy glazed salmon, crab cakes with basil jalapeno or the pan seared grouper. There are special lunch time specials. Try the pico de gallo with guacamole, chipotle shredded pork tacos or the sausage and mushrooms over linguini. Flying Fish Café is good for families and small or large groups. The restaurant is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. All major credit cards accepted.
food prep very good ,excellent waitress ,
food was very well seasoned, overall a very good dining experience.
Great place to eat. Food always good and staff is friendly and efficient.
This our favorite restaurant in the Outer Banks! Staff are friendly and informative. Local seafood and great wine selection!
The table was ready when we arrived. Need to replace broken/soiled corks in both restrooms - it was old & tired. The place wasn't the FF we've known in the past.
Shrimp n Grits: great
Fried oysters/ remoulade sauce: great
No glasses of Proseco..as advertised- only bottles? It wants to be known as a Wine Bar?
Creme brûlée: turned to a watery consistency.
But we did close down the place.
Disappointing dinner. Ciopinno was far too salty and skimpy on seafood. Fried soft shells were over battered and also too salty. I am not overly sensitive to salt but both dishes were ruined by too much salt. Best thing was Chocolate Hurricane dessert . The ice cream cookie dessert was not good. The cookie had no flavor. Ate here over 10 years ago and it was great at that time. Won't be going back.
This place was awesome. Our server was very friendly & knowledgeable of the days specials. He recommended an appetizer as well as an entree. Very relaxing atmosphere.
Food was good as well as the ambiance. The only drawback was that they seemed understaffed. This may just be due to the time of year.
We've been coming here while on our annual vacation for about five years. The food and service are always consistently good. The filet is a particular family favourite.
We were there last week. We were there 3 years ago and it was one of the best restaurants we tried. This year not so great. The guy at the door looked like he just crawled out of bed, we both had filets, both were over cooked. Our waitress was very attentive and very nice.
We chose to eat at Flying Fish Cafe based on the ratings from a travel web site, but we were disappointed with the quality of food, service, and atmosphere. We have dined at most other restaurants listed in the top 5 in the Outer Banks reviews, and the Flying Fish Cafe unfortunately is not in the same league. The fried oysters were so overbreaded that we could hardly find the oyster. My wife's beef tips were inexplicably also breaded and fried. My grilled tuna was good, but average in every way. The wine list is average. We will not plan on returning, I am sorry to say.