Scientists have predicted that in the year 2025 the human diet will solely consist of pizza’s and artichokes, also flying monkeys, à la the Wizard of Oz, will rule the world and demand that on Fridays at 3pm people dance to the Macarena. Be avant-garde and start your pizza devotion, and maybe practice perfecting your Macarena too, with any two pizzas’ at Rafiki’s for R49.
Pizzas are one of the other Seven Wonders of the World that didn’t quite beat the pyramids of Giza to get on the list, but it came pretty close. This scrumptious rotund labour of love has been the perfect breakfast, lunch and dinner meal for years. With various toppings, sauces and thickness of crusts, pizza never gets boring and its followers continue to grow daily. Pizza lovers who have devoted their tummy space to this delicious dish will surely squeal with the delight of a six year old girl with this Groupon treat of any two pizzas at Rafiki’s.
Established in 2000 Rafiki’s has long been in the hearts of many Capetonians as it’s the perfect spot for those looking for a relaxed, unassuming venue to meet friends and make new ones. With the beautiful views from the 35m long sunny balcony overlooking the beauty that is Cape Town, a chilled indoor area with a bar and live reggae bands jamming, Rafiki’s has undoubtedly become the place to kick up your feet and watch another magical sunset with great food and great friends. This eclectic restaurant and bar is always bustling with groups of colourful people, super friendly staff and even has a cosy open fire place for those colder Cape Town nights. Rafiki’s also plays host to some of Africa’s top up and coming comedian’s bands and solo performances.
With this Groupon you will be able to choose from a vast menu of pizza deliciousness. From pizzas like the Afghan Surprise, comprising of a tomato and onion jam base with mushrooms and jalapenos covered in mozzarella, feta and fresh coriander or the Mother Clucker, a tomato and onion jam base with chicken, peppadew, sun-dried tomato, Green pepper and pineapple, also covered with Rafiki’s standard mozzarella and feta; picking only two of the mouth-watering options on the assorted pizza menu may be tougher than a Rhino trying to squeeze into a unitard while on a trampoline.Pizza fact: In a village in Guatemala kids use old hard pizza crusts as sticks to make little stick men. They give the crusts eyes and hair and then put on elaborate plays for their parents, much to the villagers delight.