As soon as we went in and I realized we were the only ppl in the place I knew we should run for it. Sushi was really bad. Service was charming but amateur. Won't be back
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A friend and I came to Blackanese because we were totally pumped about the concept of Afro-Asian fusion. While the decor and service were nice, we kept turning over the menu to see what we were missing. There was a strawberry/cream cheese roll, but they...More
It is a small restaurants in a quiete street of Johannesburg. The sushi was amazing. The veggie sandwiches and the maki's are fabulous (with avocado and cucumber). We didn't order it but if u want grilled fish they are cooking it outside on the terrace!...More
Not the best sushi I've ever had, but the quality + price point was definitely acceptable, and the service was great: friendly, upbeat and attentive. I would definitely go again.
The food at Blackanese is definitely good. The sushi is made fresh upon ordering, and their grilled fish, which is quite a big portion, is worth the buy. I will definitely go there again for the fish. The only down side is that when we...More
Great sushi with some fusion sushi options! And the jam jars were just jolly fantastic - I tried 3 in all, the cranberry, the mixed berry and to top it all off, the plum and chilli. You must give these guys a turn!
We visited The Blackanese on Tuesday evening to enjoy their all you can eat offering. We had high expectations and had been saving up time and appetite for this place. Unfortunately, we were rather disappointed by the service and the food. First, the waitress who...More
There was a huge hype when this restaurant opened in Maboneng district of central Johannesburg, South Africa a few years back. Understanding the background of the restaurant owner, you would agree with the hype. The restaurant is efficiently run. There is very minimal decor, very...More
Great sushi-reinvention, great grilled fish. I enjoyed a very good dinner indeed. No excess in spices, dressing. They have an issue with the toilet: you have to go to an adjacent building, pass a sort of security and go to the furst floor, where you...More