Sea Grill by La Boheme

Sea Grill by La Boheme
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R120 avg main meal
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Modern, Seafood
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Critic's review

Graham Howe

Share tasty and colourful tapas; tender calamari tubes; buttery, garlicky mussels and grilled sardines; spicy crumbed prawns dynamite; and tuna tataki marinated in soya and ginger. The preparation, dressings and sauces are classic and simple, expressing the fresh, natural flavours and textures of the fruits of the sea. The seafood is succulently grilled from well-priced butterflied Argentinian wild prawns and seafood platters to a gourmet spin on line-fish specials of the day chalked up on a blackboard.

For mains, signature dishes tempt with a popular seafood jambalaya pasta or curry; or a well-seasoned medley of calamari, prawns, mussels and line-fish in savoury rice. The food is simply plated and served on tables laid with brown paper sheets. No fuss or frills included.

The plain cream and salsa sauces that come with the platters are rather bland – so spicier palates should ask for lemon butter, garlic or peri peri on the side. Carnivores should opt for the pulled duck risotto or sirloin from the grill, while vegetarians will enjoy a gourmet spin on arancini, mushroom risotto and an aromatic veg curry.

For dessert, share decadent homemade chocolate truffles that burst in the mouth like mini fondants.

A good selection of affordable wines by carafe and bottle for every pocket from a walk-in wine cellar – or beers, cocktails and spirits from the long bar.

Attentive, but haphazard when busy. Make sure you get the right order.

This casual, light and airy venue is set in one of the old homes on Harfield’s village restaurant row, with a great broekie-lace terrace for summertime eating – and fabulous large seafood murals.

Best for…
A long lunch on the terrace, or a lively dinner celebration with friends.

(August 2019)

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User reviews

  • I booked at Sea Grill on the strength of the La Boheme connection and was not disappointed! Our table of 5 had the hake and chips, prawn pasta, whole sea bream, whole kingklip and the seafood platter for one. All meals were delicious and generous. Best value goes to the seafood platter! Main course priced around R150-R180 and they have a tapas menu too which looked really good. Service attentive but not overbearing. Definitely worth a visit to this Harfield gem! Oh, and they have a fireplace too!
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  • Accepts credit cards
  • Beer served
  • Dinner
  • Food
  • Licensed
  • Lunch
  • Parking
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