One Fish, Two Fish Restaurant is now proud to present Sunday brunch, featuring classic brunch favorites prepared with an innovative twist. The brunch menu has been carefully crafted by owners and chefs Ryan Allenbach and Brian Schroeder and includes the same fresh, local and in-season ingredients for which One Fish, Two Fish has become acclaimed.
Sample their take on Eggs Benedict, served with brioche and featuring poached eggs, homemade Hollandaise, and pork roll. The Fish Tacos – prepared with a different variety of locally caught fresh fish weekly – have also become a brunch highlight.
One Fish, Two Fish is also proud to announce its receipt of Ed Hitzel’s Restaurant Magazine’s Excellence Award for 2013. As explained by Hitzel’s official website, “There are only two ways a restaurant may receive an Excellence Award from the Ed Hitzel Organization. The first is to be reviewed in Ed Hitzel’s Restaurant Newsletter. Restaurants are reviewed anonymously. Reviewers pay their own way. The reviews are honest and are accompanied by a rating of zero to ten for food and service. Any restaurant receiving a rating of eight or above for both food and service is placed on the excellence list…The second way a restaurant may receive an award for excellence is if the restaurant is visited more than once by a Hitzel writer or staffer and there is agreement among staffers that the restaurant deserves to be on the list.”
This impressive professional honor may in fact be a result of One Fish, Two Fish’s new Fall Menu features. A number of dinner items have changed in favor of the season, including the ever-popular Pan Seared Scallops entrée. This One Fish, Two Fish favorite is now served with a Butternut Squash Risotto.
Another seasonal entrée poised to make a splash is the Homemade Lamb Sausage served over Broccoli Rabe. This original recipe was created by chef owners Ryan and Brian and is a testament to their mantra of serving “food more different and innovative” than what customers have ever sampled. They pride themselves on proper, classic technique and the best of local produce and ingredients.
Experience their innovation first-hand, making One Fish, Two Fish your holiday party destination. The restaurant’s intimate dining room proves to be the perfect size and setting for a twenty-something group of party-goers. For menu and reservation questions, please call (609) 522-5223. One Fish, Two Fish Restaurant is located at 5209 Pacific Avenue in Wildwood.
By Megan Kummer