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One Fish Two Fish

Kangaroo Point's new home of fish 'n' chips.
By Sarah Ward
February 24, 2019
By Sarah Ward
February 24, 2019

A Queenslander on Main Street is Kangaroo Point's new fish 'n' chip destination, whether you're keen for some paper-wrapped takeaways or a serving of the ocean's finest to eat in. Run by owners Daniel and Amelia Miletic — with the former bringing plenty of seafood expertise from his time at Burleigh Heads' The Fish House — One Fish Two Fish serves up familiar dishes, new takes on old favourites and plenty of booze.

Think oysters, crumbed calamari rings, battered cod and baby whiting, all fish 'n' chippery staples — soft-shell crab sliders, cajun fish taco nachos, Thai green curry with prawn dumplings, and a seafood risotto packed with fish, shellfish and crustaceans. Or, in the traditional camp, the trusty fish burger has been dubbed the 'Quarter Flounder' and comes with panko-crumbed flounder goujons, lettuce, cheese, house-made tartare and fries.

Also a highlight is the whole salt-baked fish of the day, as well as a potato-centric range of fries, chips, scallops and potato bake with your pick of sea salt, chicken salt, vinegar salt or cajun powder seasoning. Or, if you're stopping by on a Sunday, you'll find a $69 seafood and bottomless rosé package on offer. Tuck into a 'seacuterie' platter and your choice of a main, and sip endless pink drinks for two hours.

As for the rest of the beverage list, the full range includes 30 wines, five beers and ciders on tap — and seven by the bottle or can — plus espresso martinis, peach spritzes and Pimm's. And the aforementioned 'seacuterie' platter is also available for $35 every day of the week, which includes two glasses of wine.

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