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A Fish Called Avalon Restaurant
A Fish Called Avalon restaurant on Ocean Dr.

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Restaurant info

Restaurant name: A Fish Called Avalon
Address: 700 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139 - USA
(305) 532-1727

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Hours: 6pm - 11pm
Cuisine: Fresh, local products from sea and land prepared with the Chef’s amazing touch for sensuous, tropical textures and flavors.
Appetizers: from $9, Entrees: from $16

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Restaurant menu

A Fish Called Avalon


Lobster & Crawfish Soup
Port shallot fondue

Grilled Shrimp Cocktail
Patron cocktail sauce, avocado relish

P.E.I Mussels
Fresh tomatoes, white wine, natural jus, cilantro leaves

Bang Bang Shrimp
Cucumber slaw, orange mint sauce

Caribbean Crab Cakes
Chow-chow salad, chipolte aiolo

Diver Scallops
Fennel spinach salad, orange reduction., 18-year balsamic vinaigrette

Tuna Tartare
Truffle oil, wasabi caviar, gazpacho vinaigrette, malanga chips

Malapeque Oysters

Horseradish mignonette, wasabi caviar

Filet Mignon Carpaccio
Horseradish aiolo, watercress salad

Corona Braised Key West Shrimp Ceviche
Sugar dried key lime


Avalon Mixed Greens
Crisp field greens, 18-year balsamic vinaigrette

Caesar Salad
Black pepper caesar, toasted pinenuts, shaved pecorino

Wild Mushroom Salad
Portabello/shitake/oyster - 18-year balsamic vinaigrette

Avalon Arugula Salad
Crisp arugula, honey black pepper vinaigrette

King Crab & Watercress
Cabrales Blue, buttermilk ancho vinaigrette

Appetizer platters available

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Lobster Cavatelli
Sun dried tomatoes, spinach, arbol chili cream

Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna

Squid sansai salad, pineapple ponzu

Florida Snapper Au Poivre
Spinach, pear chutney, au poivre demi

Jamaican Jerk Grilled Grouper
Roasted tomato grits, mango relish

Pistachi Crusted Cod
Curry noodle salad, jalapeno raspberry emulsion

Grilled Mahi Mahi
Saffron mashed potatoes, roasted corn relish

Seafood Risotto
Array of seafood, rum & basil sour cream, fried basil

Vegetarian Platter
Grilled vegetables, Napa cabbage slaw, basil vinaigrette

Free Range Chicken Breast
Green chili rice, cayenne melon relish

Cilantro Cured Swordfish
Mushroom truffle polenta, pomegranate glaze

Grilled Filet Mignon
Ratatouille, zucchini steak fries, goat cheese

Pecorino Florida Lobster Tail
Truffle au gratin, key west beurre blanc

BBQ Shrimp
Lobster crepes, Patron arbol cream, lentil bean salad

Espresso Cured Lamb Rack
Duck confit, spring roll, port demi

A Fish Called Avalon in Miami Beach, Florida
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Map and location

A Fish Called Avalon is located at 700 Ocean Dr. in Miami Beach FL, 33139. Nearby restaurants include: T.G.I. Fridays, 510 Ocean, and Dragon. Use our Miami restaurant map to find the exact location.

User reviews

A Fish Called Avalon "Absolutely the BEST!"
Date: January 31, 2006
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Manchester, NH
I just came back from visiting So. Beach with 2 girlfriends. We ended up visiing A Fish called Avalon twice in 3 days because it was so good! The salads alone were to die for(Mixed Greens & Arugula Salad)!! We also had Lobster Cavatelli, Cilantro Cured Swordfish, Seafood Risotto, Rock Bass & Snapper au Poivre. I am on the internet because I am desperately trying to find some of their recipes. I don't know how I am going to go back to regular eating!

A Fish Called Avalon "Frenetic, confused service - mediocre food (surprisingly)"

Date: February 25, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Roslyn Heights, NY
The first time we visited A fish called avalon (AFCA) it was superb. That was in 2002. I recall we had the same waiter with a very distinct face.
Anyway, the service was confused and slow. The wait staff was clearly overburdened on a very busy Thursday night. I can excuse mediocre service if the food is great. Well, the bisque was outstanding with crawfish and lobster - and the oyster preparation was very good as well. But we had to remind them to bring it. I should have stopped there and just drank. My main course was Jamaican Grouper prepared jerk style with roasted tomato grits. It wasn't very good. Anyway - be carfeul what you order at AFCA, lest you be disappointed. They need to reel themselves in and try to recapture the quality they once had.

A Fish Called Avalon "The Best!"
Date: July 15, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, New York
I went to A Fish Called Avalon with 3 friends and we all think it's just the BEST seafood place to go to. We are going back to Florida next summer and we are definitely going back.

A Fish Called Avalon "Delicious Dining on Ocean Dr."
Date: July 14, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Miami Beach, FL
My boyfriend and I had dinner at A Fish Called Avalon the other night. We sat inside but didn't miss out on a view. The dining room has huge windows and it overlooks the front porch as well as having a view of the beach in the distance. Our waiter's name was Freddy and he, as well as the busser helping him, was very attentive to our needs. The crabcakes were the best I ever had! The filet mignon was tender and juicy but even better was my boyfriend's parmesan-topped lobster tail that was taken out of the shell. For dessert I had a chocolate mousse tart in a cookie dough crust. After my first bite, I thought, finally, a chef that knows that the crust on a tart is as important as the filling. I almost ate the whole piece by myself. Our other dessert was a coconut dream tart in phyllo dough. Delicious! I would definitely go back and I recommend that others try this gem on Ocean Dr. You won't be disappointed!

A Fish Called Avalon "The Best!"
Date: July 7, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Pewaukee, WI
Just returned from a wonderful vacation in Miami Beach. We're so glad we discovered A Fish Called Avalon. Everything we ordered was delicious and the service was great. The live music added to the romantic atmosphere. We had the Caesar Salad, Mussels and the Seared Ahi Tuna with Squid Salad. We dreamt about it. We returned two days later and ordered exactly the same dinner. Heaven!!!

A Fish Called Avalon "Bang Bang Shrimp"
Date: July 5, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Bowling green, OH
to die for.....I wish I could have the recipe. I highly recommend everyone to try this restaurant - absolutely wonderful. Thank you for the amazing taste explosion. I can't say enough.........

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A Fish Called Avalon
700 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 532-1727


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