Here is a bit of background trivia on some of our menu items

Mahi Mahi

Mahimahi, which means very strong in Hawaian, is a highly migratory pelagic species found in all the worlds tropical and subtropical waters including the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is also known as Dolphinfish, but has no relation to dolphins, a marine mammal. The Hawaian name has been widely adapted as its common name. Sports fishermen covet mahimahi for its playfulness, size and beauty.

Mahimahi are blue green on the upper half of their body with golden hues on the sides, fading to white and yellow. Their sides have a mixture of dark and light spots. They also have a long dorsal fin extending along their backs. Mature males possess a prominent bony crest in front of the head. Mahimahi is a very versatile fish and can be used in many cooking applications. Because it does not have much fat, it should not be overcooked as it will dry out easily.

Mahimahi are fast growing and have a short life span, up to five years. Because of their relatively short life span, they are very productive fish, being able to reproduce at just four to five months old, or between 17 and 21 inches in length. They are thought to spawn every two to three days throughout their entire spawning season. Females release between 33,000 and 66,000 eggs in each spawning event. Adult Mahimahi are either solitary or travel in loose-knit groups of two or three fish. Their streamline body and fast speeds allows them to feed on other fish and squid. They are known to congregate around large floating objects such as logs other marine debris. As such, many fishermen that are targeting Mahimahi look for floating debris.



Red Snapper

Snapper is a delicious, lean fish that delivers a higher protein kick and lower fat payoff than the salmons and herrings of the world. It also delivers selenium and B vitamins by the finful. Selenium is essential for the health of blood and bones. If you are struggling with a rheumatoid arthritis problem, then this is the right fish for you!

Red snapper is one of the best low caloric seafood items. It is rich in protein content and it has several minerals that support proper growth of the white blood cells.

Snapper also contains an abundance of Omega 3 fatty acids which provide numerous health benefits. Omega 3s are among the best skin friendly nutrients. Eat 100 g of red snapper once or twice a week; and your skin will soften and glow. Omega 3s are vital to proper brain development, especially during pregnancy and early childhood. They also contribute to a healthy heart and liver, improved sleep, lowering the risk of asthma, lower the risk of colon, prostate, and breast cancer, and lowering the risk of Alzheimers.




Curry powder is a westernized version of the spice mix known as garam masala that is a part of almost all Pakistani and Indian dishes. It is a blend of finely ground spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, coriander, cardamom, basil and others. Each of theses spices is known to impart numerous health benefits.

Curry powder possesses antibacterial and antifungal properties that combat infections in the digestive tract and throughout the body. The turmeric in curry powder contains an antioxidant compound known as curcumin which combats tumor growth as well as inflammation in the liver. It also detoxifies the liver and generally boosts liver health.

Curry contains calcium, phosphorus and magnesium which are all essential for maintaining bone and muscle health and to slow down the degenerative process.

Curry spices, especially turmeric, also contains antioxidants including vitamin C that prevent oxidative damage to the body and slow down the aging process while preventing the appearance of wrinkles.Turmeric is also effective in relieving joint pains and can be used to treat inflammation and diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.

People who regularly include curry in their diet have been observed to suffer less from diseases such as Alzheimers.

Enjoy some delicious Miracles curry and do your body a big flavour!