cuisine + BAR SCENE
a fish called avalon
Guests of the South Seas Hotel are encouraged to visit A Fish Called Avalon, the signature restaurant of our sister property, the Avalon Hotel and a South Beach dining institution for over 25 years…
Fresh seafood in a vibrant South Beach setting
A Fish Called Avalon has been a cherished South Beach favorite for over 25 years. The high percentage of Miami Beach locals to be found in the intimate dining room on any given night is the first sign that this award-winning restaurant is no flash in the pan.
Tucked into the Art Deco lobby of the Avalon Hotel, with a breezy terrace spilling out onto famed Ocean Drive, A Fish Called Avalon showcases contemporary cuisine, with the freshest ingredients harvested from sea and land. Seafood standards and creative nightly specialties are crafted under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Kal Abdalla – renowned for his touch with textures and flavors.
With a selection to complement any dish, the award-winning wine list offers an extensive array of vintages, while the full bar serves up a seemingly limitless choice of expertly mixed cocktails – highlighted by A Fish Called Avalon’s legendary mojito. For guests who prefer to dine outdoors, a nightly live Latin-Caribbean duet offers a relaxing soundtrack for a night of memorable cuisine and people-watching on the sidewalks of South Beach.
Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 1-305-532-1727 or by visiting the OpenTable Online Reservations System.
Valet parking is offered for a $20 fee Sunday to Thursday, a $25 fee Friday and Saturday, and "Ramp" parking will be charged at $30. Valet parking rates are subject to change for special events and holidays. To help you avoid a wait, be sure to ask for your car when you order dessert! A convenient lower cost option is the public parking garage located on 7th Street between Washington and Collins Avenue.