Flying Fish

(972) 851-3474 | View Website

5100 Belt Line Rd, Addison, TX | Directions   75254

32.950793 -96.819593

Open Hours

Daily 11am-10pm

Restaurants, Seafood, Cajun & Creole  more

Price: $

Tags: Family-Friendly Dining, Group Dining, Happy Hour, Local Favorite, Outdoor Dining, People Watching

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days



Reviews for Flying Fish

over a year ago

Best Seafood!! – The seafood is awesome!!!

I couldn't believe how tasty a catfish canl be! also grilled shrimps tasted perfect!

I also used a coupon of "buy one get one free" through tangtab!!!

take the deal and enjoy the food even more!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Not good – Second time, the food is poor. To bad as it has a good location.

over a year ago

Flying Fish is Rockin – We have been going sinc this place opened. The food is fresh and tasty, crispy like catfish should be without that weird dirt taste you get sometimes. The hushpuppies are great and the corn on the cob kicks. The only weird thing about the resturant is the ladies room is like a service station restroom, one occupant at time which is odd for a resturant this size that also serves beer (if you get my drift). The place is also kept really clean.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Awful – I just left this restaurant and I am sorry to say that I had a horrific meal. My corn was overcooked and soggy, the hush puppies were small and hard, the cole slaw was watery and tasteless and the chilled shrimp...well let's just say that I'm afraid I'll be sick tonight. I CANNOT beleive how terrible the food was. If they are unable to properly train their staff and enforce some form of quality control, then they should not be in the food business. My experience was a waste of my time, energy, and daily caloric intake.

over a year ago

With great daily specials and eccentric fishing decor, this fried-seafood restaurant in Addison has a down-home feel. – In Short
The restaurant's easygoing atmosphere has a quirky twist, with a fishing-themed interior, accented by a collection of singing bass toys. But the patio, with its old trees and string lights dangling from the awnings, provides a peaceful complement. Meals include fried catfish, grilled trout, boiled crab legs and raw oysters, plus an option to make dishes spicier with Cajun seasoning.


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