Whether you’re an intrepid traveller – on business or just because you love exploring foreign countries – imagine finding an Ocean Basket as far afield as Cyprus and Dubai! Or even in unexpected parts of Africa, like Nigeria, Swaziland, Namibia, Zambia and Lethoto.
Indeed, Ocean Basket is possibly South Africa’s most visible example of brilliant global marketing.
In the last few months, three new Ocean Basket restaurants were opened, bringing the total number to over 160! The new restaurants are in Nigeria, Mauritius and Swaziland.
The new Mauritian restaurant, in the Le Croisette shopping centre in Grand Baie, is the second on this idyllic tourist island – positive proof that Ocean Basket isn’t only South Africa’s favourite family seafood restaurant.
Late 2012 saw the opening of the first Ocean Basket in Nigeria, in the very upmarket area of Victoria Island, near Lagos. The new restaurant is on Tiamiyu Savage Street, conveniently located in the hub of this exciting area.
Last, but certainly not least, is the exciting news that Ocean Basket is now represented in Ezulweni, Swaziland. You’ll find it in The Gables Shopping Centre, which is the centre of attraction in this area.
All three new restaurants, like all Ocean Basket franchises throughout the world, offer you a dining experience you’ve come to love and enjoy in South Africa. Where ‘eating out’ offers you all the comfort of a home-from-home, but where you’re pampered by the friendly and spot-on service that meets the international standards set by the brand.
This phenomenal global expansion – over 160 restaurants in just 17 years or a new one opening every six weeks – can be due to the loyalty built up by people who enjoy the exciting menu of top quality seafood, at prices that don’t bust the budget, plus the friendly service.