If you are looking for sushi, then you can’t go wrong with Osushi Woodstock, they are one of the best sushi restaurants in Cape Town and offer a mouth-watering array of sushi delicacies.
Cape Town lies on South Africa’s southwest coast beneath the magnificent Table Mountain. A beautifully creative, melting-pot of a city, where food is of the utmost importance. From organic market gardens to a strong fine dining scene city; Cape Town chefs are creating a storm globally and there’s a wide variety of food to feast on, both contemporary and traditional.
The Osushi Woodstock restaurant is definitely one of the more contemporary Cape Town restaurants. It is located in the edgy, up and coming neighbourhood of Woodstock. The district is packed with hipster cafes, veggie eateries, vintage fashion, cafes and galleries and the restaurant is right at home in this crowd. It’s the first and only sushi restaurant in the upper area of Woodstock and has attracted a loyal following.
Inside Osushi Woodstock the vibe is trendy, casual and funky. Despite the cool edge, it’s very comfortable and feels cosy and welcoming. They pride themselves on their high standards of service and the exceptional staff are friendly, efficient and really make the place. As for the sushi, well, the taste and overall quality is nothing short of mind-blowing! It’s picture perfect too so your Instagram will thank you as well as your taste buds! The tuna salad is exquisite and their prawn puffs are unrivalled.
Why not enjoy the full sushi experience with an incredible ‘eat as much as you can’ option?! Even trendier, they are a BYO (bring your own) restaurant, so don’t serve their own alcohol but welcome you bringing a bottle from home to compliment their delicious sushi.
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