November is All About Lobster at One Fish Two Fish

Prepare to be spoiled this lobster sea-son! If you missed International Lobster Day last September, you can more than make up for it as One Fish Two Fish introduces the ‘House of Lobster’ with its new November offerings.

Diners at One Fish Two Fish will enjoy four mouth-watering courses of delicious crustacean fare for dinner from Wednesdays to Fridays, and for lunch from Friday to Sunday, all for a price that’s hardly eye-watering at $95 pp.

The four-course meal starts with lobster mac & cheese bites followed by a choice between Lobster Ceviche Tacos made white corn tortillas, tomato salsa, avocado and coriander; and twice-baked Lobster Soufflé with shellfish beurre blanc.

Lobster Mornay with bechamel, grated cheese and served with a blood orange, green bean and fennel salad One Fish Two Fish

Lobster Mornay with bechamel, grated cheese and served with a blood orange, green bean and fennel salad | Photo credit: Facebook / One Fish Two Fish

Then taking the center stage is Queensland tropical half lobster which you can choose to be topped with bechamel, grated cheese and served with a blood orange, green bean and fennel salad; or with Chinese chilli sauce with wok tossed egg noodles, greens and shellfish stock.

Capping off the lobster feast is a dessert of your choice, a toss-up between Dark Chocolate Semifreddo with crushed walnut and vanilla biscuits; and Profiteroles filled lemon curd ice cream topped with pistachio praline.

Lobster rolls One Fish Two Fish
Lobster rolls | Photo credit: Facebook / One Fish Two Fish

A takeaway option is also available. Enjoy scrumptious lobster rolls served in a warm burnt buttered roll and generously topped with creamy saffron mayo for $28.

One Fish Two Fish is a seafood restaurant located on the corner of Mains and Baines Streets on Kangaroo Point.

Check out their website and their socials here and here for more updates.

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One Fish Two Fish | 708 Main St, Kangaroo Point QLD 4169, Australia

Protests Impact One Fish Two Fish Weekend Trading; Owners Told ‘Go After Council’

Kangaroo Point’s One Fish Two Fish has had irregular weekend tradings amid the protest rallies on Main Street. Owners Daniel and Amelia Miletic said that these rallies are affecting their sales when they also had to adjust their operations after 12 weeks of strict COVID-19 lockdown.

The Miletic couple said that whilst they understand the plight of asylum seekers, the activists’ rallies have not resolved anything since it started a few months ago. Instead, activists fighting against the “imprisonment” of asylum seekers in the CBD are blocking roads and causing anguish among residents and businesses. 

One Fish Two Fish has had to close shop when there’s an on-going mass action for the safety of their diners and workers. The restaurant has only been in business since February 2019. 

“One Fish Two Fish was built to provide a spot for feeding the family during the week and drinking like a fish on the weekend,” the restaurant said in a statement. “We pride ourselves on joyful interactions with fresh food & good booze and hospitality that makes you feel that you’ve entered our Queenslander home.”

“We don’t feel that whilst the protests – which have escalated week on week – are taking place on Main Street that we can provide our customers with an enjoyable experience and our staff with a safe workplace.”

Photo Credit: One Fish Two Fish/Facebook

Mr and Mrs Miletic are seeking compensation for their losses and emailed Greens councillor Jonathan Sri, who has been organising the protests. The restauranteurs asked Sri to communicate with them on the planned mass gatherings so that they could better address customers’ bookings and their trading hours ahead of time.

But the Gabba councillor suggested that they should “go after council or the police” for their grievances, confusing Mrs Miletic since he is part of the council. Mr Sri also posted a video following a rally on 19 July to imply that the police have chosen to keep Main St blocked despite the end of their protest. 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Sri, Councillor for The Gabba/Facebook

Meanwhile, Mr Sri and his group were supposed to hold another rally around Story Bridge last 8 Aug 2020 but this was postponed to next weekend due to fears of potential violent action from the police. Later that night, the councillor posted that he was arrested and taken to court the next day.

“The police were seeking orders that I refrain from attending any protests on or around the Story Bridge and that I refrain from encouraging others to attend the protests,” Sri wrote. “The police have my landline number, mobile number and email address, and yet I hadn’t had any contact from them about this particular peaceful assembly until they woke me up at 1:00 a.m. last night.”

“The short notice of the hearing means that I didn’t have time to seek legal representation or even to review the court documents served on me, and it seems like a deliberate attempt to drag me in front of a judge without a lawyer. Given that today’s peaceful assembly had already been postponed, the police had no reason to take me to court this morning other than to tarnish my reputation and waste my time.”

Have A Fantastic Seafood Feast This Easter With Kangaroo Point’s One Fish Two Fish

Traditionally, restaurants along Kangaroo Point would join together in celebrating the annual Easter weekend. Given the current coronavirus concerns, despite briefly closing, One Fish Two Fish will reopen their doors to customers for one day only, this Good Friday. Providing fresh quality seafood and wine, customers can also stock up by ordering online on their website, for pick up and delivery.

Photo Credit: One Fish Two Fish/ Facebook

Daniel Miletic, head chef and owner, expressed his hope to share their annual tradition of seafood and wine with as many people over the Easter break, turning their Good Fridays into a ‘Great Friday’. By having pick-up and delivery options, having a Great Friday at One Fish Two Fish can be easily enjoyed by many from the comfort and safety of one’s home.

For their seafood options, Sydney rock oysters are available by the dozen or half-dozen at $4 each, along with peeled Queensland tiger prawns served with sriracha and lime aioli and lemon at $34 per half-kilo. A pairing of house-made tartare sauce can be added for the price of $2.

For wine to match with their fresh catch, One Fish Two Fish also offers bottles of Buoy Oh Bouy prosecco (VIC), Babo pinot grigio (ITA), and Bouchard Aîné & Fils rosé (FRA) for $35 with any order. A bottle of Lanson Père et Fils NV champagne is also available for $90.

Great Friday seafood and wine orders will only be accepted until 9 pm on Tuesday, April 7, via the One Fish Two Fish website. Pick-ups are preferred and available between 2 pm and 7 pm on Thursday, April 9. The delivery fee is at $15, or free for orders over $120.

Popular Sunshine Coast Eatery Is Coming To Brisbane For One Day

Here’s a fantastic opportunity to try the food of one of Sunshine Coast’s popular eateries. Sum Yung Guys, famous for its modern South Asian fare, is popping up in Kangaroo Point for one day only. Chef Matt Sinclair will be working with Chef Daniel Miletic for an unforgettable feast of delicious seafood as part of the Red Fish Blue Fish collaboration series.

Red Fish Blue Fish was hatched by Miletic of One Fish Two Fish, Kangaroo Point’s seafood restaurant off Main Street. This special event brings well-known chefs from all over Brisbane to create a one-off banquet together with Miletic. 

Previous Red Fish Blue Fish collaborations featured chefs Ben Williamson of the soon-to-open 22 Agnes restaurant, Philip Johnson of E’cco Bistro, and Georgia Barnes, a Masterchef alum. 

This collaboration happening on Saturday, the 22nd of February 2020, at One Fish Two Fish,  will have two sitting schedules from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The chefs will prepare the following menu for guests who have pre-reserved their seats. 

Photo Credit: One Fish Two Fish/Facebook 

Sum Yung Guys was established by four friends after years of travelling around Asia. The restaurant, located almost two hours away from Kangaroo Point, serves food meant to be shared with friends and family. The menu is massively influenced by Southeast Asia.

Photo Credit: Sum Yung Guys/Facebook

One Fish Two Fish is also all about family or group dining. This seafood place, which operates daily from lunch to dinner, is for chilling and relaxing as a fully-licensed bar.  Phone (07) 3391 7680 for bookings and enquiries.

This New Kangaroo Point Restaurant is a Delight for Seafood Lovers

Brisbane’s restaurant scene continues to liven up with bars and diners opening almost every week, like this new restaurant in Kangaroo Point that will surely please every seafood lover out there.

One Fish Two Fish just launched in February 2019, but is already receiving heaps of good feedback from the community. The Great Day Out’s Alastair McLeod approved the restaurant and included it to his favourite new Brisbane restaurants and bars.

If this restaurant got you curious enough, step into their restaurant at 708 Main St, Kangaroo Point and feast your eyes on a range of seafood dishes right from the classic fish and chips to the sophisticated Amalfi-inspired seafood risotto.

The laid-back atmosphere is perfect for bringing your family and friends, be it on a weekday or on a weekend because it’s open seven days a week.

Start things off with their seacuterie platter featuring tiger prawns with finger lime mayo, nam jim dressed kingfish sashimi, salt and pepper calamari, and flounder goujons.

Then devour on the crowd-favourite Quarter Flounder burger, an amalgam of panko-crumbed flounder goujons, lettuce, cheese, house-made tartare and fries. Finish it off with a sip of wine, like their sweet and fortified drinks, the ‘Sweet Pea’ and ‘Old Codger.’

One Fish Two Fish is open Mondays from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm, on Tuesday and Wednesday from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and from Thursday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

For bookings and more information about the new seafood restaurant, check out their website or follow them on Facebook.