Always tasty fresh fish and super fresh sushi. Can be a bit noisy sometimes as its normally very busy.
Once again an excellent meal and great service. The calamari and fish were both outstanding.
Not bad for a franchise chain, regardless of the hour, service generally good.
I had Kingklip - fresh and tasty, with steamed rice and vegies, divine. Husband had the same with chips and really enjoyed it. Couple we were with had Curry, seafood and prawn respectively, was tasty and spicy.
Went to CTFM in Port Elizabeth on Sunday 1 Jan 2012. All the food was excellent including the sushi, teppenyaki and grilled fish. Service was on the ball despite the restaurant being full.
My boyfriend and I arrived around 9pm on a Sunday evening and were welcomed. Our waitress was on the ball. She kept our glasses full, smiled and willingly dealt with our unusual requests and kept an eye on us. Our food was served quickly. I found that my calamari adn linefish were both overcooked. that is the second time they... More
Whilst on holiday now in November 2011, my spouse and I decided to try the Cape Town Fish Market out. (The one that closed down in Kempton Park was horrendous!) Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted in a friendly and effcient manner. Our waitress was friendly but a little hard on the cutlery, crockery and sauces that were "thumped"... More
Had Good Sushi and calamari. Sushi chef was entertaining and friendly. Main waitress very helpful and good humer.
Really enjoy having breakfast here. It is so affordable and absolutely delicious. What a great way to start your mornings.
Actually I went to this restaurant during the World Cup, so it was in July 2010. We went straight from the game where Netherlands beat Brazil, 2-1. We drank 4 bottles of wine and ate a lot. The food is very tasteful. Nothing to complaint. The prices are affordable too. The service very good.
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