Cape Town Fish Market's Wednesday special

What’s Cape Town Fish Market’s Wednesday special?

On Wednesday, enjoy a Granger Bay Platter for R199 (save R75) and their Fishoek platter for R99 (save R43). Takeaways are not allowed.




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