Experience Makers Landing’s Seafood Fest

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If you are a seafood lover, you must visit Makers Landing, the V&A Waterfront’s food destination, for a fresh and sustainable seafood market experience. This event showcases all things seafood, celebrates small-scale fishers, and brings fresh fish to the public at the heart of the harbor.

A Seafood Feast Awaits You

At the Makers Landing Seafood Fest, visitors can expect a variety of sustainably sourced fresh fish that they can keep for home or use to make their next excellent seafood meal. You can learn to make the best-pickled fish with fisherwomen from Saldanha or make a seafood meal with Reuben Riffel. In addition, the fest features merchants serving various seafood, including vis & tjips, sushi, paella, and more.

Beyond the Blue

The incredible recipe installation showcases the stories of 17 ‘Beyond the Blue’ fisherwomen by Studio H and Plaas UWC. Beyond the Blue is a project that focuses on raising awareness about the role of women in small-scale fisheries and the challenges they face.

Seafood Talks

If you have ever needed clarification on whether fish is red, orange, or green listed, let’s talk about the fishing rights complexities at the seafood talks with a panel of experts from the food and fishery ecosystem.

Mark Your Calendars

The Makers Landing Seafood Fest takes place on April 1st and 2nd, from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm and 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, respectively. The fest is at the V&A Makers Landing, The Cruise Terminal, V&A Waterfront.

A Collaborative Offering

This fresh fish market is a collaborative offering from an ocean-loving neighborhood to you. At Makers Landing, every plate is an opportunity to connect through the magic of food and create change through its power.

Exciting Schedule of Food Happenings

The Makers Landing Seafood Fest is just one of the many exciting food happenings taking place at Makers Landing street market in Cape Town. From food demos and product launches to culinary workshops and fine dining experiences, plus live performances and weekly music acts, you’ll always be energized by the feeling and the flavor.

Join us for this seafood feast, celebrate small-scale fisheries, and connect with your community through the love of food.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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