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Cape Fish enters new waters

Our regulars at Cape Fish know that we’re passionate about offering you the best quality seafood at affordable prices. We also like to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to trends in the industry, which is why we’re excited to launch our new online shop in the next month. It will allow even…

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The best seafood chowder recipe in Cape Town

The word chowder, a corruption of the French word chaudière meaning “cauldron”, is believed to date back to the early 1700s, where the arrival of Breton fisherman introduced the thick cream soup to Newfoundland in Canada.  Made on deck to feed hungry sailors at sea, the popularity of the dish soon spread throughout North America…

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Do salmon right: 3 winter winners

Celebrated for its anti-ageing qualities and great taste, salmon is generally thought of as a summer protein – served alongside a crisp green salad or on a thin slice of rye bread with cream cheese. Here at Cape Fish we beg to differ… the vogue pink fish is a lot more dynamic than what we…

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Festive Season Business Operating Hours

The run into Christmas has begun and to help you plan your Christmas feast and New Year celebration, here is a breakdown of our operating hours. Please place your orders well ahead of time to avoid any disappointment and we’ll pre-pack the orders to your requirements. For the customers travelling outside of Cape Town for…

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5 reasons to get hooked on our store

Cape Town is the epi-centre of the artisanal scene, so what is new about another boutique store? Simple: this time it’s all about fish. Being near the coast makes this topic feel a little over familiar – that is why we are officially breaking the mould. No more snoek smells and slippery floors, our store…