Tis the season for carols...
R99 Calamari and Prawns Combo Every Thursday at Blowfish
And drink in the view of Table Mountain across the bay
Head to Blowfish in Blouberg between midday and 10pm on Thursdays for their calamari and prawns combo for R99. Enjoy eight succulent garlic prawns, grilled with 200g calamari, crumbed and deep-fried until tender, and served with rice and garlic sauce.
It’s all about the seafood, sushi and sunsets at this family-friendly eatery that sits just beyond the dunes of Dolphin Beach, where you can take in the view of Table Mountain from almost every seat in the restaurant.
SUSHI WITH FLAIR
From a conveyor belt-style station in the centre of the eatery, guests can choose their own sashimi, nigiri, maki and more. There’s also a made-to-order menu that boasts sushi with a little extra flair, like the crunchy Mountain Top Nouveau or the newly-added Tempura Prawn Roll.
FROM SEAFOOD TO STEAK
The restaurant’s famous fish counter stocks delicacies like jumbo prawns, langoustines, crayfish and more. Seafood lovers can build their own platter or simply have the fishmonger cut a piece of hake, yellowtail or more to order (charged on a pay-per-weight system). And it’s not all seafood. Blowfish also offers steaks, comforting pastas and a pretty amazing pork belly skewer.
REDS, WHITES AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN
When it comes to drinks, Blowfish has everything from cocktails and local beer to French bubbly and Cape Winelands’ reds and whites. For something a little different, we suggest the Hennessey Julep (VSOP Hennessy, lime and mint mixed with syrup and served on the rocks) or Apple Jack Pie (Jack Daniel’s Fire mixed with Monin Green Apple puree).
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