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The Ocean Basket Group was founded in 1995, and has grown to be the largest fish retailer within Southern Africa. We are perceived within the industry and the marketplace as an exciting, dynamic and forefront company, a positioning we are proud to have achieved and one we will continue to live up to.

Our restaurants are styled around the continental, European pavement café, where dining is an entertainment experience.

 

We typically seat 120 people per store and offer simple, wholesome fare styled on Mozambican cuisine, that is a combination of cultural influences namely, Greek, Portuguese, Indian and indigenous African.

We offer customers the opportunity to dine on freshly prepared, healthy seafood for prices not easily matched in the market. Value is further enhanced with fantastic service and our friendly atmosphere.

 

Join us in one of our stylish seafood cafés, for a chic experience. With the aroma of fresh garlic and olive oil in the air... Select the freshest seafood from our deli. Our friendly crew will clean, fillet and spice it the way you like it! Our fish is dressed for any stylish affair. Take it home, or eat it from our pan.

Get hooked while enjoying a glass of Vino in our trendy glassware, after all we have a lotta sole!

The Ocean Basket - Famous Fish, Fantastic service, Friendly places surrounded by shoals of Beautiful people!

 


Map

Directions


Follow Nico Smith (Michael Brink) Road (M8) towards Villiera. Turn into Thirty-Second Avenue and follow to Hertzog Avenue. You'll find the Waverley Plaza on the corner of Thirty-Second and Hertzog Avenues.

Latitude

-25.70445977132
-25° 42' 16.06''

Longitude

28.239723443985
28° 14' 23''
Address
Shop 1, Waverley Plaza
Hertzog Street
Waverley
0186

 

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Food Served
SeafoodCajun/CreoleGreekMediterraneanSushi
Average Price$
Payment accepted
Memberships
Trading Hours
Monday - Saturday: 11:00 - 22:00
Sunday: 11:00 - 21:00
Facilities
Take Out
Secure Parking
Child Friendly
Outside Seating
Disabled
Smoking Section
Functions
Load Shedding
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