One Fish Two Fish
Feed the family fresh seafood during the week or let your hair down and drink like a fish on the weekend. That’s the concept behind One Fish Two Fish, a polished seafood eatery inside an old Kangaroo Point Queenslander shop.
Inside there is tongue and groove wooden detailing, a timber bar at the front of the venue and bright white walls throughout. Otherwise, the venue is split into three clearly defined areas.
The 35-seat bar area at the front, with its mix of high and low tables, pours beers from the likes of Balter Brewing and Stone & Wood. Three more taps are reserved for cocktails like Espresso Martinis, Pimm’s and peach spritzes. The wine list is relatively concise with a handful of whites, reds and rosés.
Through the bar and up a few stairs is the restaurant. It’s made up of three smaller rooms and seats about 45 people. A handsome back deck can take more diners and is also acts as a dedicated function space.
One of the best things about One Fish Two Fish is that you can pretty well order the full menu no matter where you sit. Highlights include salmon sashimi, whole fish of the day, a “quarter flounder” burger, and Moreton Bay bug tagliatelle. Of course, there’s an outstanding fish’n’chips – which can also be made vegan. There are also monthly specials and plenty of extras to get around during Easter.
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