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The Lucky Fish in Kalk Bay

Last weekend we took a train ride to Kalk Bay for lunch. We ended up at our favourite fish ‘n chips spot, The Lucky Fish. It’s a fancier version of the regular fisheries, with ciabatta rolls and florentines (from their own bakery) and prawn samoosas. I don’t think I need to explain how delicious it was, take a look at the pics!DSC_1032ADSC_1021AThe Lucky Fish Platter: Prawns, calamari, fish and chips.DSC_1010ADSC_1005ADSC_1029A DSC_1028A DSC_1025A DSC_1024A DSC_1023ADSC_1018A DSC_1012A DSC_1011A      A fancy fish ‘n chips shop! DSC_1039A DSC_1038A DSC_1034A

Some pics of Kalk Bay we took as we walked off our deep-fried lunch:    kalk_bay_crushland (11)   DSC_0999A DSC_0996A DSC_0004A DSC_1045A DSC_0007A kalk_bay_crushland (7)      DSC_0016A DSC_0012Z DSC_0009A DSC_0033A DSC_0032A DSC_0024A DSC_0011A DSC_0038A DSC_0040A

3 thoughts on “The Lucky Fish in Kalk Bay

  1. Wow! Your photos are stunning. I just wish we could have left the Lucky Fish with the same enthusiasm. The portion sizes are tiny and the prices are ridiculous

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