Seafood, sushi and a view every day at Blowfish in Blouberg

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Seafood, sushi and a view every day at Blowfish in Blouberg

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Seafood, sushi and a view every day at Blowfish in Blouberg

Blowfish has opening specials for the whole of July

It’s probably been a while since you’ve got your chopsticks on a fresh California Roll or dug into a plate of prawns. We’ve got great news: Blowfish is back for sit-down dining with stunning views of Table Mountain. The Blouberg family eatery is welcoming customers back with two opening specials.

SEAFOOD PLATTER SPECIALS
The Solo Seafood Platter is a decadent platter for one – grilled hake and calamari with a portion of mussels, two standard prawns and two queen prawns. It costs R150 (down from R220).

The Duo Seafood Platter for two includes a double portion of hake, calamari, mussels, as well as four standard prawns and four queen prawns for R300 (was R420).

The specials are available for sit-down, takeaways and delivery for the whole of July from 12pm – 10pm, seven days a week.

 
 
 
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THEIR SUSHI IS TOP-NOTCH

From a conveyor belt-style station in the centre of the eatery, you can choose your own sashimi, nigiri, maki and more. The hungry can go for a platter of between 8 and 40 pieces, or Blowfish’s signature sushi, like the smoked salmon and cream cheese California roll wrapped in smoked salmon.

If you’re planning on sitting down, the restaurant is taking all the necessary steps to ensure your safety and enjoyment.

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