Pay R19.99 for a Café Manhattan Burger and chips at Café Manhattan Greenpoint, valued at R49 (save 59%)
- Save 59% on one Café Manhattan beef burger
- ‘Best burger in town’ reputation
- Popular and vibrant meeting place
- Ideal to enjoy on a lunch break or dinner with friends
- Groupon redeemable for 5 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Groupon valid ONLY at Greenpoint restaurant
- Groupon excludes sauces and toppings
- Booking essential: 021 421 6666
- Open for lunch and dinner everyday
- No take-aways
The search is on and the prize is a beefy one. After trudging through treacherous culinary terrain and tasting disappointment over and over again - the search is finally over. Yes, as long-winded and wearisome as the journey has been; you’ve finally found the elusive beefiness that you’ve been looking for. Total your taste buds with the best burger and chips in town at Café Manhattan for R19.99.
With a reputation of being ‘the best burger in town’, the Manhattan Burger has taken an oath of quality, promising to remain the beefiest, most succulently flavoured and impeccably grilled piece of meat this side of the southern hemisphere. Basted to perfection and served with golden chips and a lettuce, tomato and onion garnish; the 250g Manhattan Burger has elevated itself to a position where other burgers are kneeling down and chanting “we are not worthy, we are not worthy”.
Even though it’s not really in Manhattan, Café Manhattan is one of the longest standing venues in Greenpoint, and the most popular. If you’re looking for a quality meal with a side order of drinking, dancing, chilling and chatting then Café Manhattan is the only option to go with. You might have to take a little bow before eating the Manhattan Burger. You wouldn’t want to beef with it.
Flavoursome fact: When deciding how to market their meals, a famous burger franchise picked little strips of paper with random words written on them out of a jar. The phrases selected formed the bulk of their marketing blurb. How strange.