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Meet Leeroy, our energetic Retail Manager

Originally from Kadoma in Zimbabwe, Leeroy Mabuto arrived on South African soil in 2013, just after he finished high school. He was unemployed and looking for work when he saw a post on Gumtree about a job opportunity at Cape Fish. He applied, and got a call from Kevin (for those of you living under…

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Simple celebrations: three ways with prawns

It’s no wonder this time of year is called ‘silly season’! It’s hard work running around completing last minute work, organising food, and mediating family dynamics. Once you’ve successfully manoeuvred those challenges, who wants to sit down to same old dry white turkey? That’s why we’re here to reward your hard work, and brighten your…

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Tuna Ceviche – Cape Fish style

Planning sundowners on the beach, rocks, or at your favourite viewpoint? Don’t be that guy and bring the same generic snack of hummus, carrots and crackers. It’s been done a million times over and is about as exciting as cardboard. Make a little extra effort and follow the quick easy steps below to whip up…

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The Laws of Lobster

Lobster – or crayfish/ kreef as they’re locally known – are regarded by many as the most delicious of all South African seafoods. Given the cost of these sweet, firm-textured crustaceans, cooking them to perfection is of paramount importance. We have two golden rules here at Cape Fish: Underdone is better than overdone Less sauce,…

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South African lobster fishery facts

Spiny Cold-Water Rock Lobster – or crayfish/ kreef as they’re known locally – is a favourite gourmet treat for South Africa’s seafood lovers. However, the sad fact is that most consumers are ill informed when purchasing lobster, and as result, they don’t know whether the lobsters they’re buying are legal or sustainably caught. Spiny rock…