Cape Town Fish Market's Monday special

What’s Cape Town Fish Market’s deal on Mondays?

Get a portion of fish and chips (200g) or any burger (served with chips and onion rings) for only R50. All day long.

 




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Other Deals

Debonairs' real deal

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Surfside's 50% off cocktails special

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Burger Bistro's daily special

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Cape Town Fish Market's Wednesday special

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KFC's Red Deal for 1

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