The Flying Dutchman restaurant has been on Morro Bay's Embarcadero ever since it was launched by the Van Beurden family in 1986. email@example.com
Christened after the legendary Dutch ghost ship that appears to sailors in inclement weather, the Flying Dutchman restaurant has maintained an even keel on the Embarcadero ever since it was launched by the Van Beurden family in 1986.
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The Flying Dutchman’s Louis Combo salad features bay shrimp and Dungeness crab meat on a bed of lettuce with egg, olives, cucumber, tomatoes and choice of dressing. email@example.com
A recent seafood special: local Petrale sole with a panko crust and lemon, caper and butter sauce served with coleslaw and fries. firstname.lastname@example.org
The mini Asian prawn tostadas are a new item on the Flying Dutchman's menu. The dish has crispy wontons, guacamole, sesame prawns, soy sauce and chili sauce. email@example.com