Food critic Emily Codik describes Fish Fish's food as "old-school fried goodness." Codik writes "Frying is Fish Fish's favorite approach to seafood," which is something she seems to enjoy.
This is no time for judgment. Peel the diamond-shaped chunks of meat off the fish's bones. It is wonderful -- flaky, greaseless, and golden. It also explains why so many crispy fish dot the airy dining room.As per other cooking routes, Codik says Fish Fish will "also grill, blacken, or broil a fillet for you," adding that "these simple off-the-menu specials might just be the best thing you have all night." Other dishes she praises include crab cakes, baby bok choy, rock shrimp and truffle parmesan french fries.
· Fish Fish: Old-School Fried Goodness in North Miami [SO]