Grace Tjiuongua with a plate of fresh fish.

The Fish Deli Reels in Freshness and Flavour

You know, people often come up to me and ask, “Hey, where can I get my hands on some fresh fish? You know, like the kind you find at those fancy fish markets or straight off the boats?” I used to recommend the Fish Deli in town in a heartbeat, but truth be told, I hadn’t set foot in there since the new owners took over.

So, today, I thought, “Hey, I better check if they’re still dishing out that same fresh, high-quality grub.” Off I went to The Fish Deli, ready to put my taste buds to work. And I was not disappointed. Not even a bit! The place still retains its charm, and the food is still finger-lickin’ good, if not better than before.

I had the pleasure of chatting with the fabulous Grace Tjiuongua, one of the employees there. She spilled the beans on their specialties, the new ownership, and their unwavering commitment to maintaining top-notch quality. The local fish deli has been a beloved spot for quite some time, and since the new owner took charge seven months ago, it’s been on fire! What’s more impressive is that they managed to keep the same gang of employees, ensuring that the place still feels like home.


Freshness is their secret weapon. They source their fish locally—I mean, talk about a direct line from the ocean to your plate! You can practically taste the sea breeze with every bite of their sushi or fish dish. They’ve also added a little twist to their menu. Even non-seafood lovers have something to rejoice about. They’ve got smoked chickens that’ll make your taste buds do the happy dance. And an out-of-this-world chicken soup. It’s comfort food taken to new heights.

The manager, Sarel Visser, let me in on a little secret—The Infinity Card. Now, this was news to me! This card can be used at a bunch of other partnering establishments in town. It’s like having a golden ticket to culinary heaven, complete with discounts and special offers. And get this, they even offer a pensioners discount! Now, that’s what I call a win-win situation.

Seafood Restaurant
29 Samuel Nujoma, Swakopmund, Namibia
064 462 979