This is why I always tell everyone to do their homework and do their math!
All of the two credit restaurants aren’t really worth two credits unless you get the most expensive entrees. This is part of a larger trend where the single credit places generally now have no entree that breaks the $28 mark and they average around $23. Additionally, the two credit places’ menus have also seen some downward pressure on prices as well.
This is just another reason why the deluxe dining plan is often the better value because you get appetizers with your meal and some appetizers can add $18 to your bill at the signatures.
By the way, I just looked at the menu for Flying Fish and only Orecchiette Pasta Frutti di Mare is under $32 ($28) and the strip steak is $42. So, if you got the steak and a $9 dessert, plus your $3 beverage, you’re at $57.78 including tax. Divide that by two and that is about what the average meal at a single credit place would cost.
If you’re going to complain that you didn’t get two credits worth after the fact, you’ve got nobody to blame but yourself for not doing your homework, I’m sorry to say.