Flying Fish

Flying Fish

This elegant eatery at the end of pier 21 on Jones Bay Wharf has been dishing up lovely, thoughtful seafood for a decade, and the quality has never wavered. They’re known for their Asian-inspired dishes (the curries are particularly renowned), and appetizers are a must (I like the calamari). Headed in with a large group? Consider the degustation or Flying Fish menus, which bring several courses to your table for a set per-person price.

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