Cape Town Fish Market's Tuesday special

What is Cape Town Fish Market’s Tuesday special?

On Tuesdays, get 50% off classic sushi and 25% off sushi platters. Signature sushi not included in Tuesday promotion. Sharing and takeaways are not allowed.




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