Dine Sushi Wine

Published March 1, 2009 by Syllable

Rosebank’s Pearl – F!SH

In the heart of Rosebank there is a place where the weary can relax, kick back with a glass of bubbly, and let the worries of the day roll off them. F!SH opened its doors in April 2007, and while it specialises in seafood, the menu caters to every taste.

On the one hand they have an ice blue champagne and oyster bar that opens up onto a wooden deck. The impressive wine list extends to more than champagne – most of which is available per glass, making it a more accessible bit of indulgence – and includes an exotic list of cocktails, international whiskies, and a fabulous range of wines.

In the middle is the main restaurant with its upholstered seats and exquisite décor done by The Design Partnership. Despite the exclusive appearance of the restaurant, the atmosphere is very relaxed, and the service professional. The Manhattan-styled kitchen caters to fish, chicken, meat and vegetarian tastes.

On the other side of the restaurant you can find the sushi bar, with an original Kaiten sushi-go-round – the longest sushi belt in Africa. Sushi Chef Phil has over 12 years experience and prides himself on staying up to date with trends. The sushi bar is a hive of activity on Sushi Tuesdays, when you get fifty percent off sushi the entire day. A must-try is the black rice fashion sandwich. The rice is naturally black in colour and has a sweeter, nuttier taste than other rice varieties.

Reiner Henschell, General Manager of F!SH, says they have a fantastic location in a safe neighbourhood, and have a great relationship with concierges at hotels in the area, making it easier for visitors to experience the unique concept.

So whether you are looking for a different dining experience, a place where you can just relax, or the ultimate place to impress your clients, F!SH is the place to go.

For more information, please contact F!SH on +27 11 447 9188, or visit their website: http://www.fsh-rosebank.com

Appeared in African Connexion Magazine – Year 23, First Edition)


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