The restaurant will offer up the same menu as its sister restaurant with izakaya small plates, noodle bowls, sushi and Robata-grilled dishes together with a small selection of signatures, unique to the new locale on offer. Expect the likes of shiso truffle oysters, tuna tataki, peking duck and coal grilled Wagyu fillets to name just a few of the orders which have quickly become Tang favourites.
“[The city] rivals some of the greatest cities in the world and though it has a deep and established fine dining culture, I am excited to introduce our high-energy casual yet refined dining experience to it. Cape Town I feel is ready for a big box, upscale, luxury dining restaurant on par with the best [the likes of] Dubai and Miami have to offer,” says the restaurateur.
Tang V&A Waterfront is set to open its doors later this year. The projected opening is scheduled for spring.
Follow @tang_waterfront for a taste of what to expect.