Spring has sprung and the end of year is approaching fast! Have you thought about your year-end function yet? Book your year-end function..
A fresh oyster is like a fine wine – each has its own distinctive taste and texture that varies according to its place of origin, the..
If you’re a food-lover (and if you’re reading our blog, we know you are), you’ve probably already heard someone tell you to ‘eat local’,..
When we sit down to eat a delicious plate of sushi, we often imagine we’re eating something quintessentially Japanese. But, like all..
We are excited to announce the addition of a new delicacy to our menu at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. From today, customers can..
People are talking a lot about gluten these days, but what is it, why is it bad for certain people, and what makes a seafood restaurant..
Did you know?
‘Sushi’ technically refers to the rice, not the fish, in sushi dishes. The fish itself is sashimi. But don’t worry, you’re..
Aphrodisiacs in history
Aphrodisiacs have a long connection with seafood, going back all the way to the ancient Greeks and Romans...
People often think that their New Year’s resolution to eat more healthily means eating out less. That might be true for some places, but..
The incredible true story of how Norwegian salmon became a sushi staple in Japan – and everywhere else
When did you start eating sushi?..