Plattekloof Sushi restaurant
Bluefin restaurant in Plattekloof specializes in high quality seafood and sushi dishes and an extensive menu that caters for all tastes.
The interior is relaxed and modern, classy and leek and the ambience is vibrant and energetic.
All your favourites can be found on the sushi menu, including California rolls, Fashion Sandwiches, Maki rolls, Salmon roses and much more. The chef creates his own speciality rolls, many of which are exclusive to the restaurant. These include rainbow rolls, the spicy firecracker rolls and decadent tuna crunch rolls.
Should you not be a sushi lover, the menu offers many other options like line fish with sweet potato mash or veggies or chips, various calamari dishes including Cajun calamari, peri-peri calamari and even Thai green calamari.
Watch out for the regular all-you-can-eat specials. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 10 am until midnight.
Stellenbosch Sushi restaurant
Genki Sushi certainly lives up to its name, because the Japanese term ‘genki’ translates to ‘Fine or Great’. This authentic Japanese Sushi restaurant offers its visitors a delicious slice into typical everyday Japanese cuisine while soaking up the Stellenbosch vibe.
In keeping with its eastern style, the restaurant is not all table and chairs, though such seating is available outside. The Sushi bar, complete with sushi chefs working alongside the owner of the establishment, is the best seat in the house for a quick bite while marvelling at the art of sushi preparation and negotiating chop sticks, wasabi and soy sauce.
More than just sushi, Genki Sushi also offers patrons a great selection of Japanese style tappas and side dishes to the likes of tako sunomono (boiled octopus salad with wakame and cucumber), yakitori and a South African inspired kudu-shi which is thinly sliced kudu meat served with sushi rice. The restaurant also has a small selection of wines to complement its food.
Located at the very heart of town activity, Genki Sushi is an ideal spot for a Far East eating experience.
Simons Town Sushi restaurant
Situated in the historic Simons Town Waterfront, Just Sushi boasts tranquil views of the yacht basin and a homely ambiance perfect for relaxation.
This holiday like feeling remains popular with locals and tourists alike, and for this reason it is advisable to book for dinner.
For lunch, sit outside and unwind with a bottle of wine, platter of sushi and admire the views protected from the wind.
Just Sushi offers top quality imported Scottish Salmon, Tuna, Cape Salmon and Yellowtails all sourced locally.
The wine list showcases a good variety of wines and organic selections including Japanese beer.
The sushi platters are excellent value for money, with a wide choice of combos and vegetarian options, served with traditional sake.
Claremont Sushi restaurant
Silhouetted by the bold backdrop of Table Mountain, Salushi serves long lazy lunches and relaxing dinners flavoured with authentic noodle dishes and spectacular grills and Sushi.
With an enclosed outdoor area warmed by heaters, enchanting fairy lights and a relaxing lounge for sipping unwinding cocktails, Salushi refreshes the palate with delectable choices such as Chicken Strips Wok Seared in a Malay coconut style curry sauce, vegetables and fresh chilli.
To round off your meal, indulge in the ultimate melt-in-the-mouth desert, Lindt Chocolate & Almond Spring rolls followed by a Wild Berry Mojito dressed in lime wedges muddled then built tall with mint, Spiced Gold, strawberry puree, crème de cassis, crushed ice and soda.
Salushi refreshes the palate with authentic dishes, refreshing cocktails and decadent deserts in a relaxed, welcoming setting flattered by the dramatic scenery of Table Mountain.
Strand Sushi restaurant
This authentic Japanese restaurant offers a great, unique experience to diners looking for Eastern flavours in a contemporary but relaxed setting. The location is ideal as it ensures that all ingredients are as fresh as can be.
The master sushi chef can be justifiably called a craftsman as he fuses the flavours of specialized Japanese rice, fish and other flavours into culinary delights.
Enjoy maki, nigiri, sushi, fashion sandwiches, and if you're lucky, some of the chef's own specialities. All dishes are served with the usual soya sauce, ginger and wasabi. Other Asian cuisine can also be enjoyed here and dishes include a variety of soups, spring rolls, chop suey, Shanghai beef, the sweet and sour varieties and many more.
Contemporary, fashionable and just plain great cuisine are the signatures of this restaurant.
Durbanville Sushi restaurant
This beautiful, authentic Japanese restaurant is situated smack bang in the middle of Durbanville and surrounds and serves up abundant flavours and traditional, tasty cuisine.
Try the salmon roses with kewpie mayonnaise or the beef with a smooth black bean sauce. The prawn tempura is not to be missed either.
A wide range of sushi is available and the usual maki, nigiri, fashion sandwiches, California rolls, hand rolls and much more is available to choose from. Watch out for the all-you-can-eat sushi nights - a bargain and a feast.
The interior is warm and inviting, and at the same time, stylish; the layout allows you to watch while the Japanese master chef prepares your meal with skill and grace.
For dessert, have the decadent deep fried banana with ice cream or a delicious cup of authentic Jasmine tea.
Restaurants near Western Cape
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Sutherland South African restaurant
Sutherland(41.2 km from Western Cape)
Cluster d’Hote serves quality cuisine that is mainly traditional with a hint of the exotic. Karoo-style dishes make their way out the kitchen and specialities include the lamb shank, lamb chops and the beef fillet. The menu changes according to the ingredients available, and the locally sourced produce ensures flavours not easily matched. Treat yourself in Sutherland, viit Cluster d'Hote.
Sutherland Light Meals restaurant
Sutherland(41.2 km from Western Cape)
A playful play on words turns Halley se Komeet (Halley's Comet) into Halley Se Kom Eet (Halley says come eat). The restaurant is situated in the middle of Sutherland, the town that hosts SALT (Southern African Large Telescope). Karoo friendliness permeates this little eatery and the food is wholesome and homemade. Light meals are served and the breakfasts are really a treat. Typical Karoo sausage, meat and free-range produce is used, making the quality top notch. Don't expect frills and fuss, just good, hearty food.
Matjiesfontein South African restaurant
Matjiesfontein(78.3 km from Western Cape)
This historic hotel building is situated in the railway town of Matjiesfontein, amidst tranquil Karoo gardens. Here you can enjoy traditional South African favourites, all well prepared and nicely presented. The menu is varied and offers fillet steak, stews, lamb chops and much more. A good wine list is also available. Choose to enjoy your meal in the atmospheric dining room, or outside in the beautiful courtyard.
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