Ocean Basket Deals & Specials

About Us

Ocean Basket came into existence in 1995 and was based on the simple premise of offering customers a limited seafood menu at an affordable price, an offering that had previously been unavailable to the South African seafood consumer. With this offering the brand footprint expanded on a company-owned, joint-venture and franchise model simultaneously.

Loyalty/Reward Schemes:  There is no set loyalty scheme, but each store has the authority to create their own in-store loyalty card.

Birthday Specials:

None

Average Price of a meal:

Prices range from R39.90 and can go up to R114.90 per person.

Kiddies specials:

For the young ones there is a kiddies platter for R45.90.

Most Expensive meals

Da Beeg one platter for R129.90 per person. The King & Kids Platter for R299.90 for two.

Most affordable meal

Their World Famous Feesh & Chips that goes for R39.90 a main meal.

Average meal for a family of four:

An average meal at Ocean basket will cost you R400 for four adults / R100 per person.  A meal and drink for kids is around R60.

 

Contact Details

Ocean Basket has branches in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal, Free State, Limpopo and North West.

 


Phone: 0860 333 374
Web: Visit Site

Deals

Ocean Basket Deals & Specials has no active deals.


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