Pay R106 instead of R265 for two lamb shanks, served with gourmet sides and a complimentary bottle of Sweetwell wine (save 60%)
- Save 60% on two lamb shanks, served with gourmet sides and a complimentary bottle of Sweetwell Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Enjoy a meticulously prepared meal
- Meal enjoyed with views of Helderberg Mountains
- Meals made with fresh produce, grown on Sage’s home farm
- Groupon redeemable for 2 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 021 855 1203
- Sage open daily, 8:00 to 17:00
The time has come for lambs to be recognised for the evil fascists that they are. For centuries, these seemingly timid and bleating cotton wool puffs have been getting away with turning wakeful minds into slumbering infants. Luckily, Sage Restaurant offers two Lamb Shanks with gourmet sides and a bottle of Sweetwell Cabernet Sauvignon for R106 that will not attempt to brainwash whomever’s enjoying it into a sleepy trance.
As with all species, lambs too have pariahs. Lambs not bent on planetary dominance, prefer to hang out at Sage Restaurant where they become part of gourmet feasts. Sage Restaurant’s kitchen is so proud of the meals they make, they get nostalgic every time they have to part with one of their culinary creations. That is why they send them off into the world with produce grown right on the Sage farm.
Sage’s lamb shanks love to take long lingering baths in garlic-cabernet bouillon, leaving them softer than velvet-smoking-jacket-wearing clouds. Afterwards, they mingle with a side of cream polenta, seasonal grilled vegetables and a bottle of Sweetwell Cabernet Sauvignon. These good-life loving lambs never call it a day, until they’ve enjoyed a lazy afternoon: soaking up Sage’s homely vibe and views of the spectacular landmark Helderberg Mountains.
Lamb Fact: Elaine Shank, will be the prima ballerina in the upcoming Artscape winter ballet performance: Lamb Lake. Rehearsals were plagued by Shank’s constant stream of ridiculous demands. The production director, Ian Saisno drew the line when she requested that her dressing room floor be covered with tropical kikuyu grass.