Pay R65 for any two pizzas at Thornfynn’s, valued at R130 (save 50%)
- Pay R65 for any two pizzas at Thornfynn’s, valued at R130 (save 50%)
- Excellent wood fired pizzas
- Delicious country cuisine
- Free range and organic
- Groupon redeemable for 2 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 021 789 8006
- Open every day 7:00 to 23:00
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Limited number available
- Groupon does not cover gratuity or beverages
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
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When the day comes that we encounter aliens how will we welcome them? Governments and global authorities will undoubtedly want to discuss technological advancements and developments in scientific discoveries, but how will we give them a real ‘Earth’ experience and make them feel at home? The solution is simple, Pizza. Pizza is loved the world round and, although it was first made in Italy, it has become a global dish. For your first contact why not pop over to Thornfynn’s Restaurant at Monkey Valley and pay R65 for any 2 pizzas, valued at R135.
Thornfynn’s is the ideal setting for a close encounter, with stunning views overlooking the sea and log fireplaces in the background, no extra-terrestrial would be unimpressed. Located in the Monkey Valley Nature Beach Resort, you’re surrounded by nature on all sides and picturesque postcard views are a dime a dozen.
Baking pizza in a conventional oven would be like trying to reach the moon in Cessna, ludicrous. That’s why Thornfynn’s uses wood-fired ovens to produce great tasting pizzas using free range, organic ingredients. From the humble Margherita to the exotic Chimpanzee, their menu has enough variety to satisfy even the most other-worldly tastes.
Thornfynn’s brings together the best of what the Cape has to offer in terms of food, location and atmosphere. Open from early in the morning till late in the evening, you could forgive a visitor for ignoring the call when the mothership beckons.
Flying fact: In 1976 many inspired amateurs were keen to embark on their own space missions. None so much as Randy McKeown. Following several months of development, Randy launched his drastically modified single-engine Cessna into the sky. Despite a flight time of 38 minutes, he failed to get as far as the Stratosphere. He also failed to calculate the need for landing gear but managed to set his craft down in the ocean and sustained only minor injuries.