- Pay R149 for all you can eat sushi for two people, valued at R300
- Pay R279 for all you can eat sushi for four people, including a bottle of red or white house wine, valued at R680
A cosy and ambient hot spot in Cambridge Crossing, Adega Paulshof offers a relaxed dining experience to entice your taste-buds and delight your olfactory senses. When your stomach starts sounding like an un-tuned didgeridoo, head down to this friendly restaurant before the orchestra sets up completely and the waiter can’t hear your order. With chefs more knowledgeable than that guy who keeps trying to explain Fermat’s Last Theorem to you, Adega Paulshof is bound to satisfy your every culinary whim. The restaurant may be Portuguese, but don’t let that fool you, their sushi is good enough to please even the snobbiest of food critics.
Whether you’re enjoying a romantic night out with your
snoochypoo or a lively social gathering with a bunch of friends, Adega
Paulshof’s sushi will keep mouths salivating and jaws moving. From Crab Maki rolls to Prawn California
rolls to Salmon Fashion sandwiches, you may feel the strange desire to do a
little happy dance when your food arrives.
Don’t fight that urge as legend has it, the ancient Japanese celebrated the
arrival of meals with Aeolian Wind Harps
and doing the Macarena.