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Amazing sushi specials in Cape Town right now

From discount platters to all-you-can-eat buffets, it’s time to put on your game face (and your best pair of elasticated pants).

Active Sushi  (City Bowl)

Go hungry, but don’t take more than your stomach can handle when you visit Active Sushi between Tuesdays and Sundays, from 5.30pm to 10pm. For just R199 you can eat as much as you like for a sitting time limit of 90 minutes. You’ll be charged an additional R8 for every piece of sushi you don’t eat. There are also various lunch specials on offer from Mondays to Saturdays between 11.30am and 3.30pm.

 

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Asami (Northern suburbs, Somerset West, Knysna)

According to the menu, Asami welcomes you to treat your tastebuds with ‘open hearts’. Why not do so while opting for one of the many specials on offer? These include an all-you-can-eat buffet for R179 (kids pay R115); the buy-one-get-one-free special on Tuesdays and Thursdays; three combos for the price of two on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and the option to add any plate of sushi to your combo for just R30.

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Beluga (De Waterkant)

While it offers many delicious meals, Beluga is most well known for its sushi, thanks largely to its popular specials, which are available from 12pm to 6pm every day, except Sunday when they’re available all day. The specials menu ranges from cucumber maki for R20 to platters for R275.

 

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Best of Asia (Gardens)

Blink and you might miss this hidden gem while walking in Kloof Street, which you wouldn’t want to do as you’d miss out on the sushi buffet for just R149 per person. The buffet is available from Mondays to Sundays, as is the buy-one-get-one-free (of the same colour plate) promotion.

Blowfish (Tableview)

Take in arguably one of the best views of Table Mountain from the West Coast while you tuck into delicious (and discounted) sushi. Every Wednesday and Sunday from 5pm to 8pm, Blowfish serves up its sushi at half the price.

 

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Catch 22 (Tableview)

You have until the end of November to double up your sushi every Thursday at the laidback Catch 22. The two-for-one special runs from 5pm until closing time and includes maki, California rolls, fashion sandwiches, nigiri and salmon roses. Take note: the special is subject to a minimum order of one drink per person.

 

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Codfather (Camps Bay)

For more than two decades, this seafood outlet has been a place for feasting. Do so with the half-price sushi on offer Mondays to Fridays from 12pm to 6pm.

 

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John Dory’s (nationwide)

As their slogan states: “Everyone loves John Dory’s” and that’s especially true for sushi fans after a good deal. Every Wednesday, the outlets around the country offer half-price sushi. Or from 11am to 4pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays you can choose any three green plates off the sushi belt for just R99.

Harbour House (V&A Waterfront)

What makes the perfect combo? Harbour House thinks it’s sushi and wine, which is why it introduced the ‘Sushi Platter Special’. The offer, available for lunch and dinner, includes a 32-piece salmon sushi platter and a bottle of white or red wine for R559.

 

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Live Bait (Muizenberg)

What’s not to love about Live Bait? They have great views, an inviting atmosphere, delicious seafood and a sushi special. That’s right – every Wednesday you can eat half-price sushi and kids under 12 eat free before 7pm. Make sure you book before you go, as it can get busy.

 

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Manga (City Bowl and Mouille Point)

If it’s Tuesday, you need to get to Manga Church Square or Manga Mouille Point for the two-for-one sushi special. A new addition to the Mouille Point branch is Sunday Vibes, from 4pm every Sunday. For R200 you get a sushi platter and two glasses of bubbly, all accompanied by great music.

 

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Mint Restaurant & Terrace (Cape Town, City Centre)

Enjoy sushi for two at Mint Restaurant & Terrace at Taj. For R175 per person, you are able to enjoy items like salmon nigiri, tuna California roll, tiger prawn roll, salmon maki and prawn and salmon rolls. This offering is available daily throughout the day and includes a glass of house wine or beer per person.

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Nuri (City Bowl, Claremont, Sea Point, Durbanville, Stellenbosch)

While many Nuri regulars know the outlet for its takeaway service, it’s sitting in that gets you the best value for money. Try the all-you-can-eat option for R198, available on different days at the various outlets.

 

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Obi (City Bowl)

If you’re lunching on Long Street, dip into Obi for the lunch special that runs Tuesdays to Saturdays. Get the Bento Box – comprising salmon nigiri, tuna nigiri, a salmon rose, prawn California rolls and vegetable tempura – for R95.

 

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Sake (Milnerton)

Located in the Sable Square shopping centre, this low-key restaurant aims to offer customers a mash-up of exotic and local. It has an all-you-can-eat buffet all day every day for R169 per person, as well as a 30% discount on all colour plates.

Salushi (Claremont)

Situated in the heart of Claremont, this trendy sushi spot is worth the visit, especially when searching for a good lunch deal. Try their Value Menu which offers discounted sushi everyday between 12noon and 5pm. Tuck in to their ‘all you can eat’ offering every Wednesday. The offering includes items from their a la carte and signature menu and excludes the sashimi. The cost per person is R175 and booking is essential. Thursdays guests can enjoy 50% off a la carte sushi between 6pm and 9pm.

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Sevruga (V&A Waterfront)

Every plate at Sevruga is said to be a combination of food and art. From 12pm to 6pm every day, and all day on Sundays, you can indulge in the sushi, cocktail and dim sum masterpieces for 50% less… and then brag about it to your Insta followers.

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Soo She (Strand)

The variety on offer is almost as big as the list of specials, which includes a buy-two-get-one-free special on sushi platters every Sunday and on sushi combos every Thursday. On Mondays you can get 50% off colour plates on the sushi belt, 40% off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and 30% on Saturdays.

Suki Thai (Stellenbosch)

As if a sushi buffet for R155 (and R135 for the lunchtime buffet) wasn’t good enough, Suki Thai sweetens the deal with all-you-can-eat ice cream! The best news? You have up to four hours to tuck into the buffets.

Towers Restaurant (Century City)

Seek refuge from the sweltering sun at the iconic suspended pool deck at the Crystal Towers hotel. If you visit on a Thursday you can also take advantage of the half-price sushi and cocktails between 4.30pm and 7pm.

Yo Eastern Fusion (Plattekloof)

A favourite Asian outlet among locals, Yo Eastern Fusion fuses flavours from countries like China, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. If it’s a good deal you’re after, go for the R119 sushi special, which comprises 20 deep-fried California rolls available in salmon, tuna or prawn.

 

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