Town’s culinary hotspot on Upper Bree Street will welcome a contemporary
seafood restaurant this Autumn, as SeaBreeze Fish & Shell opens its doors
in the beautiful heritage buildings at 211 – 213 Bree Street – the former
location of Palma Restaurant.
shoulders with the likes of Culture Club Cheese, and Bacon on Bree, SeaBreeze
Fish & Shell will bring a fresh take on a traditional seafood restaurant. Celebrating
the Mother City’s rich seafood heritage, the focus will be on sourcing local,
sustainable seafood presented creatively and with a lighter touch.
concept is brought to Cape Town by Britons Ruth and Alex Grahame, who left the
shores of Scotland for sunny Cape Town, having owned and operated the
celebrated Hornblowers seafood restaurant in Gourdon, Scotland.
new space is under construction, but SeaBreeze will host a pop-up raw bar on
their pavement from Wednesday to Saturday 17:30 to 20:30 for the next four
weeks. Expect to find oysters, MCC, wine, signature rum cocktails, soft drinks
and ice cold craft beer.
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