2 X Falafel Pita Pockets for R28 at Anat (save 52%)
- Save 52% on 2 X Falafel Pita Pockets
- Ideal for lunch-on-the-run
- Prepared with the finest Eastern spices
- Hearty and satisfying
- Groupon redeemable at Canal Walk and V&A Waterfront branches only
- One Groupon per person per visit
- Groupon redeemable for one month
In ancient times the falafel pita pocket was the food of the Middle Eastern people. The Egyptians especially were known for their love of these easy-to-eat, easy-to-hold pockets were the perfect meal to manage while balancing on the back of a camel. However you don’t have to travel to the Middle East or trade in your convertible for a camel to enjoy a good falafel. Today’s deal brings you two of the very best falafel-in-pita-pockets, for only R28 at Anat.
Prepared the Middle Eastern way, Anat’s falafels are known from Cape Town across to Bombay. These round crispy delights, also known as ‘spheres of yum’, are made with the best quality chickpeas and spices, straight out of an Eastern mama’s kitchen. Once cooked to perfection, the falafels are served inside a freshly baked pita, the ‘pocket’. These crispy breads are delivered from the Anat Bakery straight to the restaurant’s doorstep every morning before the first falafel hits the oil.
Every Anat dish is served with your choice of pickled gherkin, jalapeno chilli, peppers, onion, sauerkraut and fresh tomato, cucumber, cabbage and brinjals and accompanied by tzadziki, tahina or chilli sauce. However Anat’s wife, sister, mother, daughter’s fiancé and their neighbours all agree that tahina (rich sesame paste), hummus and vegetables go best with an Anat Falafel Pita Pocket.
Located all across the
country, these patches-of-the-East called Anat are renowned for their authentic
Eastern cuisine as well as their burgers and chips for the more conventional
taste buds. Once your taste buds have been exposed to the flavours of Anat’s
menu with this Groupon, there will be no going back. Hence it’s good to know that no matter where
you are, there’s an Anat branch nearby where you can tuck into a warm shwarma, laffa, kebab or tramezzini.
East/West fact: Biggie Mackenzi was a US explorer who didn't know the difference between East and West. So he added an Indian and a European to his crew to determine which side of the boat their countries' aromas are coming from. However they were stuck for two weeks in Antarctica when both's noses were blocked with the flu.