Sushi spots are a dime a dozen in Cape Town and one can assume that because they only serve fish it’s safe to enjoy your sushi anywhere. However, some sushi spots incorporate other meats into fusion sushi. And the debate about alcohol in the soy sauce is ongoing. If you want to play it safe, here are the fully halaal sushi spots you can check out in Cape Town.
There are several halaal certified Simply Asia Express branches in Cape Town but only 1 sit-down branch where you can enjoy your sushi with waiter service which is at Simply Asia Kenilworth on Rosmead Avenue. Look out for their half price sushi special every Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 6pm.
Dial my Sushi, Southern Suburbs
A sushi delivery service in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs. Offering a daily service of the freshest sushi delivered straight to your door. Open 6 days a week. Offering individual sushi, salads, combos and platters.
The Sushiary, Belgravia
A cosy spot in Belgravia, Athlone serving sushi, poke bowls, sushi salads and seafood.
Tygerdal Fisheries & Sushi, Goodwood
And the Northern Suburbs have not been left out. Fish, Chips, Gatsby and Sushi Take Away in the Goodwood/Tygerdal area. Uber, Delivery Xtreme or call the store.
The Village Buffet, CBD
Not your typical sushi spot, The Village Buffet is well known for their all-you-can-eat daily buffet 7 days a week. The range is varied and includes Indian food, grills, seafood, pasta, pizza and sushi.
Have we missed a spot? Let us know in the comments and we’ll add them in.