Paul and Fallon Gloftis to debut cooked menu at Miami Fish Market


Miami Fish Market, helmed by husband-and-wife Paul and Fallen Gloftis, will debut its first cooked menu this week- and it is not your average fish and chips.

On the Gold Coast, the Gloftis name is synonymous with seafood and a new move from the family is set to cement that.

Miami Fish Market, helmed by husband-and-wife Paul and Fallen Gloftis, will unveil its first cooked menu on Thursday – complete with caviar for your potato scallop.

Offerings, which range from butter-glazed Patagonian toothfish to whole flash-fried whitebait, have more in common with favourites from older brother Simon’s famous Fish House than the standard takeaway.

Miami Fish Market has launched a new cooked menu.

Inspired by dishes enjoyed during the couple’s overseas travels – including Mallorca where they tied the knot in 2023 – Mr Gloftis said they would specialise in ‘real fish and chips’.

“Not frozen, mislabeled, mystery produce – which unfortunately is ali too common across the industry,” he said.

“We have spent a good two and bit years building up our select network of premium Australian seafood produces for our retail store and now customers will have access to this same beautiful fish, to be cooked up their favourite way, ali in a super casual setting.

Miami Fish Market’s new cooked menu marks a Gold Coast comeback for the famous Gloftis family Greek salad.

“It’s pretty special and a completely different offering to anything else you will find on the Gold Coast.”

The seasonal seafood menu will showcase family favourites such as local snapper, New Zealand hoki and a classic fish burger, alongside more adventurous school prawns and five-spice kingfish wings.

There’s also the indulgent option to add caviar to your patato scallop.

Miami Fish Market’s new cooked menu includes the option to add caviar to patato scallops.

In addition to the fixed menu, diners can choose their own fillet of fish from the retail display, which could include King George whiting from Victoria, coral trout from Far North Queensland and mahi mahi from Mooloolaba, to be cooked to their liking.

A fresh salad bar, starring the Gloftis family Greek salad, will be on rotation.

The menu will be available daily from 11am to 7pm after its debut on Thursday.
Miami Fish Market is at 1/54 Paradise Ave, Miami.

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