Thursday, October 25, 2007

Portuguese Fish Market & Sushi Bar




















After an exhausting day, we strolled up and down 7th street in order to find somewhere to eat. We decided to sit down outside the Portuguese Fish Market & Sushi Bar, and enjoy a late night dinner. What we ordered was not actually very Portuguese, rather than something both from the east and west.

The restaurant had a large and a rather eclectic menu, that would please any pallet, prized up to ZAR 75, except the shellfish that was priced from ZAR 100-250.

At the Portuguese Fish Market & Sushi Bar, I decided to go Italian and ended up with pizza "Italiano" with Salami, Peppers, Onion, Bacon and Spinach at ZAR 36 and was served a large sized and delicious thin crusted pizza with a generous amount of cheese on top.

Yum!

Jan decided to go for the seafood curry, i.e. mixed seafood in a mild curry sauce served with rice. As curries go, this could be enjoyed by anyone, mild an aromatic.

So the Portuguese Fish Market and Sushi Bar, was another pleasant experience in Melville. All in all, this part of Johannesburg had an impressive variation of restaurants that would please anyone. Arne, our Norwegian friend, highly recommended Melville Grill for the most delicious steaks.

See the website of the Portuguese Fish Market and Sushi Bar here

Address:
Portuguese Fish Market & Sushi Bar
4a 7th Street
Melville
Johannesburg, SA
Tel: +2711 726 - 3801
Fax:
+2711 726 - 3802
Website: http://www.fishdeli.co.za/

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