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November 29th, 2014

Destination? The Flying Fish, Cafe, Sushi Bar, The Village of Fenwick, Fenwick Island, Delaware, Southern Delaware, Delaware Beaches

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I have written before about this restaurant that is all the rave in Coastal Delaware.  It is located at The Village of Fenwick at 300 Coastal Highway, Unit #7.  Tel. 302-581-0217.  Website?  http://www.flyingfishfenwick.com.  It is open Wednesday through Sunday, at this time of the year, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. or so.  Reservations are accepted and carryout is available.  Check the website for more info. and details on their menu.

It was the perfect early evening to have something light to eat after the Thanksgiving dining etravaganza.  It really did feel so good.  Light, tasty, great atmosphere, fantastic service, small and intimate.

An order of sashimi black snapper.  The sauce was a ponzu sauce that was awesome and different!!  Craig, our server, suggested it and it really was that good.

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An order of Avocado Roll, another order of The Bangkok Dangerous, which was flash fried tuna and salmon roll topped with a unique muddled pepper blend, lump crab, spicy mayo, and their sweet special and spicy Bangkok sauce, and an order of the Bermuda Roll…shrimp, toasted coconut, avocado, and pineapple roll with a miso drizzle.

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My order consisted of the following:  The Citrus Salmon Roll had shrimp, avocado, yuzu mayo, and bits rolled and draped with seared salmon toro, shiso, and tobiko. The other roll was The Eel Deal; flash fried avocado and tamago roll topped with spicy mayo, tobiko, and crispy BBBQ eel.  Both delicious rolls and again, thanks to Craig for helping in the suggestions.  Please note that the word shiso, which I did not know what it was, means an herb also known as Japanese basil.  It has a mixture of flavors…hints of basil, mint and cumin.

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An early evening, a carryout order and back to Rehoboth Beach….good food will travel!!

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March 14th, 2014

Fenwick Island Eats! The Flying Fish, Cafe & Sushi Bar, Fenwick Island, The Quiet Resort, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware, 2014 Season

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30 degrees did not stop us from getting together in the Quiet Resort of Fenwick Island, Delaware.  Our choice of restaurant for Thursday evening was The Flying Fish, Cafe & Sushi Bar.  I visited this restaurant when it had just opened and I loved it then.  It was personal, with a cozy atmosphere.  Could it be possibly better?  It was!

The Flying Fish is located at The Village of Fenwick, 300 Coastal Highway, Unit 7, Fenwick Island.  Tel. 302-581-0217.  Website?  http://www.flyingfishfenwick.com

I think part of the charm of The Flying Fish is that everyone is truly happy to see you as you step inside.  The staff is attentive and very knowledgeable about the menu.

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Cindi and I arrived early…within half hour the place was packed.   We decided that the evening should start with the Flying Fish Saketini…cucumber vodka.  Very smooth.

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An order of Marinated Seafood which had squid, octopus, crabstick, scallop, and shrimp, marinated in just enough of their sesame lime ceviche oil and tossed with a bits of field greens.  This salad had great taste and once it gets warmer at the Delaware Beaches, it could be the perfect salad for a hot summer day.

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I wanted a plain House Salad.  Full of flavor it had a combination of beautiful veggies with a miso honey sesame dressing.

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So many rolls to choose from but Cindi decided that the Mobster Lobster Roll would be the one.  This roll has spicy tuna, jalapeno, and tempura bits roll, draped in thin avocado and topped with chunks of lobster salad.  This is an awesome tasting roll.

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I have not had Sashimi in some time, so my choice was the Sashimi Sampler.  Just the right amount, fresh and so delish.

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The table next to us was having a feast.  There were only 4 people.  I was not stalking them but politely asked them if I could take the photos.  They obliged.

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I had to have them…..I am talking about Mochi.  This is a Japanese dessert made from pounded sticky rice with an ice cream filling.  The dough is soft and fluffy.  Flavors like mango, green tea, strawberry and more.

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Pretty soon the Delaware Beaches will be coming into their own.  It will be their time to shine.  As you arrive for your vacation or if you live here….stop by.  You will not be disappointed.  Hope you like it.

Talk to you later.

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October 1st, 2013

Fenwick Island Eats!! The Flying Fish, Cafe, Sushi Bar, The Village of Fenwick, Fenwick Island, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware

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The partners in The Flying Fish had only opened the restaurant 2 weeks ago when Shelley and I stepped into Fenwick Island’s newest dining adventure.

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The location?  The Village of Fenwick, 300 Coastal Highway, Unit #7.  Tel. 302-581-0217.  The website will be up soon.  Dinner is served every night from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.  Lunch is served on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from Noon until 3 p.m.  Carry-out is available.

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This spot at The Village has been transformed into a very neat restaurant, where customers chat with each other at ease.

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So, here we were, Shelley and I ready to eat sushi, except Shelley does not eat sushi; she really does not eat anyhting raw…if you are like her, do not despair.  Before you even go inside the restaurant, the menu is outside.  Check it out.

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A House Salad of organic field greens with cucumber, yellow pepper, radish, tomato, and carrot.  It was finished with Lisa’s (partner) homemade miso honey sesame dressing and their wasabi croutons.

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Then, Shelley ordered the Filet of Beef Negimaki….thin sliced beef wrapped around fresh spring onions and marinated in their homemade ginger hoisin sauce and flashed seared.

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And, this is what I had, which by the way was their recommendation.  Great choice!!

The Bangkok Dangerous – Flash fried tuna and salmon roll topped with a unique muddled pepper blend, lump crab, spicy mayo and their special sweet and spicy Bangkok sauce.  On the photo, it is the middle roll.

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The Mobster Lobster Roll – A spicy tuna, jalapeno, and tempura bits roll, draped in thin sliced avocado and topped with chunks of lobster salad.  The rolls were served on the same plate.  Yum!!

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Shelley wanted dessert…a muffin with coconut, ginger and oranges hit the spot.

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The food was so good, the prices were very reasonable….and the service was great!!

The Village of Fenwick was quiet when we left…quaint, as usual.

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