Pay R300 for a three course meal for two people at Karibu, valued at R628 (save up to 52%)
- Save up to 52% on a three course meal for two people
- Choose from three starters, three mains and a pudding
- Traditional South African dining in a beautiful setting
- Enjoy a unique and rustic African dining experience
- Organic fragrances of veld blended into food
- Ideal for a date
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 021 421 7005/6
They say that two’s company and three’s a crowd. Funny this, as it’s hard to imagine playing a thrilling game of 30 seconds with two people, fighting three hungry baboons for your picnic basket with only two people, or most importantly, having a two course meal with no dessert. Today’s Groupon puts a stop to discrimination against threes with a three course meal for two people at the luxurious Karibu restaurant for R300.
Set between that priceless view of Table Mountain and the beautiful blue Atlantic, Karibu is a unique dining experience that reminds locals why they love living in South Africa and convinces tourists that they should be living here too. Handpick your three course meal from an adventurous menu of rich and diverse African aromas that seek to create a flavoursome fusion between the rugged experience of the African veld and the luxurious restaurant venue. Think of the vibe as a meeting point between a wild snorting buffalo and a unicorn draped in diamonds.
For starters, choose from a wild smoked Ostrich Carpaccio with mango and balsamic dressing; an aromatic butternut soup with infusions of naartjie and fresh coriander; or an organic Fynbos Salad of rocket leaves, parmesan shavings, pumpkin seeds and Fynbos dressing. For mains you face the challenging choice between Venison Medallions served with Amarula sauce and herbed mash; grilled fish marinated in ginger, chilli and lime topped with fresh coriander and rice; or the veggie-friendly Vegetarian Wrap of crunchy baby vegetables with tikka curry and coriander, wrapped in a roti and served with sambals and a side salad. For dessert, savour the apricot infused malva pudding served with vanilla sauce and ice cream.
If you’re scared of the Big Five, hate bugs or have had a past experience where you got semi-lost walking to the shops – don’t feel bad. Take the safer route on the wild side and experience your own African adventure in the safe and luxurious confines of the beautiful Karibu.
Foody fact: A restaurant set in a hotel in Burma was shut down when a disgruntled client compared the taste of their oysters to a polar bear’s toenails. The owners since opened a pub called Ye Olde Polar Bear’s Toenails which has become a very popular venue.