The seafood and sushi-focused menu has plenty of choices and some innovative twists. For something filling try the sushi bowl of salmon, avocado, shitake, edamame and short-grain rice or opt for one of the well-executed signature sushi rolls (prices seems steep but the portions are generous). The clever fish and chips roll with crispy hake, peas and mini potato crisps is noteworthy and we loved their fancy take on the classic Philadelphia roll garnished with spring onions, seven spice, teriyaki and caviar. This is also one of the few places in Johannesburg where you can find ceviche on the menu.
While the exciting sushi menu and fresh fish dishes are the main attraction, there are also plenty of salad bowls, grilled meats, pan dishes such as prawn curry and a hard-to-choose from array of sides. If you are just here to grab a quick lunch, opt for a seat at the marble bar counter which envelops the sushi station, or for a more drawn out meal with wine the square-side tables are much in demand.
Get there with the Gautrain: The Big Mouth and Nelson Mandela Square are located a five minute walk from the Sandton Gautrain station.
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MetroSandton Gautrain station
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Nelson Mandela Square
135 West St, Sandton Central
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