Seafood-focused restaurants are plentiful around the Cape’s peninsula, but that’s obvious since we have such an abundance of fresh fish coming into the harbours all year round.
However, in saying that, it’s often difficult to know just which restaurant won’t take you for a piece of bait and waste your time, and money.
Well, I think you might know where this is going, because if you have ever been to Cape Town Fish Market (CTFM) you know that they live up to their name, and their service is on point.
It’s casual dining with an upmarket atmosphere at its best, and their weekly specials cannot be beaten.
Just take a peek at the tasty deals they have at the moment:
Mouth watering, am I right? And R40 for a burger – hook, line and sinker.
Once you have found a location close to you – HERE – complete a booking form for the CTFM team – HERE. Their restaurants are open 365 days a year, 11:00 – 23:00, and they only serve the freshest fish.
If healthy eating is your thing, but you are too afraid to venture further than your usual hangout spots, perhaps this list can lend a helping hand.
There’s no doubt about it, January has many people suffering from a serious lack of budgeting. There are still ways and means of getting by though, so don’t lose hope.
You know when you’re hungry, but all you want is something light and tasty washed down with cocktails? We have a little treat in store for you then.
The freshest fish in Cape Town may come from the harbour, but the real trick is serving it up to a discerning audience and doing it well.
Sometimes you guys and girls surprise us with your witty entries to our competitions, and you’ve outdone yourselves with our latest offering.
There’s nothing like a newly-acquired voucher worth R1 000 to change up your weekend plans for dining out. A few clicks and it’s yours.
Sushi – to some it’s God’s gift to Earth. Finding the right restaurant can be a challenge in its own right, and so is getting bang for your buck.
You’re never too old to enjoy a good popsicle, especially if they happen to be made from mighty fine wine. Looks like Cape Town is in store for a real treat.
If the ‘excitement’ of another Monday is causing the tummy to rumble, then this deal may just help you get through the day without breaking the bank.
Seals in Cape Town harbours aren’t the only ones chomping on the freshest of fish on a weekly basis. Hey, you don’t even have to perform tricks.