Pay R200 for a delicious seafood platter for two at Pigalle, valued at R490 (save 59%)
- Save 59% on a seafood platter for two
- Platter includes: Baby lobster, prawns, langoustines, line fish, calamari and mussels
- Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner
- Groupon only redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only issued and redeemable once deal closes
- Only one usable Groupon per person
- The seafood platter is priced differently at each branch. i.e. saving is up to 60%
- Booking essential: 021 421 4848
- Groupon only redeemable Monday to Thursday
Most people will do anything for good food. They’ll fly to other countries, enter eat-as-much-as-you- can competitions and perhaps even buy this Groupon. Why? Well, this Groupon entitles them to a seafood platter for two for only R200 at the famous Pigalle.
From the moment you walk into Pigalle, you will be overtaken by the opulent style and the aromas coming from the kitchen. The atmosphere and look of the restaurant is inspired by a renowned area in Paris, well known for its exuberant surroundings. This exuberance reflects off everything from the lush carpets to the waiter’s uniforms – a modern take on the penguin suit.
These men and women in the penguin suits will serve you the most delicious fare from their fellow ocean. Enjoy baby lobster, prawns, langoustines, line fish, calamari and mussels, all prepared with Pigalle restaurant’s unique recipe – a recipe that over the years has kept those living in Cape Town coming back for more. It’s even been attracting those who don’t live anywhere near these areas.
This Groupon has the power to transport you to a magical place in Paris (that is known to provide a bit of magic to any evening) and to be waited on by penguins. Be part of the six year Pigalle phenomenon and make use of today’s Groupon at the popular Pigalle in Somerset Road.
Good food fact: Unbeknown to many people, Shakespeare ate the first prawn. This discovery was found when a scientist was reading through one of Shakespeare’s diary entries. The entry read, “todayeth I ateth what one can only describe as a prawneth.” The diary can be found in his old home in Stratford upon Avon behind his hockey stick. He was an avid player.