Half price sushi at the Blowfish Restaurant

The Blowfish Restaurant offers half Price Sushi every Wednesday and Sundays from 17:00 to 20:00.

Sushi belt only.

 




Phone: 021 556 5464
 

Address: 1 Marine Dr, Table View, Cape Town, 7441
 

http://www.blowfishrestaurant.co.za/
 
 

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