Excellent restaurant for a quiet evening dinner. We enjoyed everything from the food to the cocktails.
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I was very excited to eat at Flying Melon. The menu had many great choices and there were several fresh fish options on the specials menu. We arrived around 6:15 and were seated promptly. Our waitress was pleasant. After waiting 45 minutes for our food,...More
Had a great meal and the service was kathy who was excellent. Food came out fast and was good. Be prepared it is a bit pricey.
No trip to Ocracoke can be complete without dining at the Flying Mellon. The daily special (pecan crusted drum fish) was delicious. Service was top notch as usual, I now rely on the wait staff to give me pointers on the best of their specials...More
This was my first dining experience at Flying Melon and we will definitely return soon. Beautiful decor, great service and delicious food. We tried the fried green tomatoes first. They were great, as were the scallops, crab cakes and dessert. Nice table linens were a...More
When travelling, I always ask locals for a great place to eat. Well, I had missed this place the last few visits, but hit it this time. Incredible meal, and best place we ate on the island. It's definitely a "not miss" place to eat....More
We visited at 7:30 on a Saturday evening and did not have reservations. So, we had to wait. We enjoyed a glass of wine while we waited. Once seated, the service was great and the food was well timed coming out of the kitchen and...More
We were on Ocracoke the evening NCDOT started running the ferries again after Maria went out to ocean. Very few places were open - we weren't expecting much but the tablecloths were out, the candles lit, the place fully staffed and I guess many of...More
We had a party of 6 and ate on a Saturday night. The wait staff had a table ready when requested and really paid attention to our needs. The meal was wonderful - fresh flounder was outstanding!!
as a family of four adults we were looking for a great restaurant with great seafood-where else would we expect that than the outer banks of North Carolina-started off with a gumbo that was nothing but broth and a hand full of small shrimp and...More