19 - 21 Pirrama St
Main number one was the line caught snapper, white curry sauce, king prawn, parsley mallum, date and tamarind. It came as two separate plates - one with the fish with prawn, date and parsley mallum topping, the other with a small jug of curry sauce, rice and wheat, parmesan and herbs. I couldn't resist just pouring all the curry sauce on top of the fish and watching it swim - if that's possible for cooked fish. This was a tasty dish and everything combined so well. The meal cost $42.00.
Main course number two was the young vegetable curry, brinjal pickle, okra, raita, parathas. Again this came on two plates which added to the spactacle. Now on first glance you'd be confused into thinking this is a small serving. It wasn't. The entire combination was quite substantial. This meal cost $37.00.
The final main course was the Cape grim eye fillet, sweet & sour glazed short rib, crisp shallot, ginger, mint. The photo here doesn't do this justice. If you're a huge carnivore then this may not be big enough for you - but it was still a decent sized serving, particularly with the rib side. This meal cost $42.00.
Flying Fish is a nice restaurant. It is in a lovely location with amazing views. the service is good, the food excellent, the prices not cheap but you get a quality meal here. Its a great spot for a special occasion.