I have only eaten two “signature dining experiences” at Walt Disney World. The first was at Cinderella’s Royal Table back in 2009 when my wife and I took our daughter on her first trip to the World. The second was on our last trip in September of 2013 when we met up with some friends of ours for a meal at Flying Fish Cafe along Disney’s Boardwalk.
Flying Fish Cafe only serves dinner. It is one of only 13 “signature dining experiences” at Walt Disney World. Signature dining experiences are meals that will cost two table-service credits if you are on the Disney Dining Plan compared to the standard one table-service credit meal at most restaurants. The food and restaurants, with minor exception, are more upscale. However, they are still kid friendly as we dined with my daughter, who was eight at the time, and our friends brought their four-year old son. The wait staff did not make us feel that they were out of place in the restaurant.