The Cape Town Fishmarket restaurant has relocated overnight to an exciting new venue nestled in between the Robben Island gateway and the Chavonnes Battery museum on the clocktower side of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Previously located inside the mall close to the lower floor cinema, this new venue will now offer the diner excellent harbour views while feasting on seafood. This site was originally the home of the german restaurant Polona and then the African restaurant Moyo and now the Cape Town Fishmarket have extended and transformed this area so that all customers and can view harbour activities.
The restaurant is bright, light and spacious with white tables and chairs along with these special loungers for those who want to enjoy a cocktail and enjoy the Waterfront vibes. It doesn’t matter where you sit, everybody has a harbour view and on those days when the South-easter wind is blowing hard there is plenty of seating inside. The menu is exactly the same as before, only the brand new venue and I sure this will be a wonderful new option for seafood lovers and certainly attract more visitors to the clocktower side.