Pay R59 for a chicken or pork pita souvlaki and a drink for two people at Barba’s Café, valued at R126 (save 53%)
- Save 53% on a chicken or pork pita souvlaki for two people with a beer or glass of wine
- Sophisticated and cosmopolitan eatery
- Great venue for a night out
- Friendly and efficient service
- Scrumptious souvlaki
- Enjoy a beer or glass of wine to compliment your mouth-watering meal
- Party venue with the best local DJ’s
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 051 430 2542
- Tuesday to Thursday,15:00 to 4:00; Friday, 11:00 to 4:00; Saturday, 15:00 till late. Closed Sundays and Mondays
- No under 18’s allowed
- No takeaways
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
Mediterranean civilisations brought forward a wealth of inventions including astronomy to see the stars as well as the development of writing in order to scribble down whether their friend wanted lamb kebab or falafel. Enjoy a delicious Mediterranean meal with a chicken or pork pita souvlaki for two people with a beer or glass of wine at Barba’s Café for R59.
There is something intriguing about any exotic food that strays far off from the usual chokers and survivors sarmie – aka peanut butter and jam or the extremely creative dish of butter à la burnt toast. Barba’s Café has established itself as Bloems “it” place to be, parading as a trendy café by day and a party spot when the sun goes down. Located in Westdene it is the perfect place for you to chill and rub shoulders with celebrities or jam while local DJ’s hit the decks. With its friendly service and upmarket décor, this food haven promises to be the best place to show your taste buds a good time as well.
Originating in Greece, pita souvlaki consists of a heavenly round pocket bread that is lightly grilled and filled with your choice of mouth-watering chicken or pork and garnished with sliced tomatoes and onions and sauced with tzatziki. Tzatziki is a traditionally Greek condiment made from a mixture of cucumber, yoghurt, garlic and sometimes lemon or mint and, next to eating a big chunk of delicious happiness, love and rainbows, it may be the best thing you have ever tasted in your life.
The great philosopher Aristotle was said to be a lover of this pocketed meat treat and even mentioned the delicious dish in his writings. Some have said he even suggested that a sixth element should be added to his established five, with the element after fire being “souvlaki” – this would of course have changed the course of history and the name of a future movie about a gun slinging cabdriver who is on search of mystical stones essential to defending Earth from an impending attack.
Food fact: The reggae rap, Ragamuffin was first discovered when a Rastafarian man in Jamaica had a Mediterranean meal for the first time. He was so inspired by this new delicious taste that he penned a smooth rap about its mouth-watering flavour.