‘A’ has always been known as tops. Students strive to achieve A’s in every subject, A-okay is the divine state of being and ‘A’ really is the only letter in the alphabet cool enough to be a word all on its own. In fact, even ‘alphabet’ starts with ‘a’. Considering all this Awesomeness, it’s almost impossible to imagine how awesome something of AAA will be. Well, you can stop imagining and tuck into a succulent AAA grade club steak at Ottawa Spur with today’s Groupon – steak, onion rings, chips and either a soda or glass of wine for two, for only R115.
Each steak is meticulously aged, which in steak language is a very good and delicious thing. Then the steak is basted in Spur’s flavourful mouth-watering secret sauce which has had South Africans flocking and sleepwalking to Spur over the years. Laid on the grill, each steak is chargrilled to absolute perfection. In fact, perfection doesn’t even begin to explain the tantalising melodies it plays on the taste buds and belly.
Though the 500g steak practically fills the plate, the Spur chef still manages to pile on a solil serving of their almost signature golden onion rings and crispy chips – French fries that have even French tourists returning to South Africa on regular basis. A choice of either a soda or glass of wine completes the circle of happiness which might just have you doing an Indian Chief holler or two in pure Spur delight.
Conveniently located in Cavendish Square, the heart of the Southern Suburbs social scene, Otawa Spur is high on the list of places to hook up with fellow ‘people with a taste for life’. Whether it’s to refuel after an exhausting shopping spree or to fuel up for a night on Claremont’s club scene, you can bet a succulent 500g will fill every nook and cranny. With a deal this good, you won’t need to spur anyone on to come along and share your Groupon.
Cow fact: In 1745 a scientist tested his time travelling shower curtain on his pet cow, Molly. The cow returned four days later with the remarkable ability to sing Italian and bearing a gift from the future: a screw driver. Delighted with the find, the scientist set off to make a cup of tea with his strange new teaspoon.