Pay R70 for two Malay curries at Chenin Restaurant & Wine Bar (save 56%)
- Save 56% on a two delicious Malay curries for two
- Jazz with saxophonist every Thursday
- Free wine tasting on Thursdays
- Every curry comes with jasmine rice, sambals, fruit chutney and poppadoms
- Groupon redeemable for 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon redeemable Monday to Sunday, 11am till late
- Booking essential: firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 425 2200
- Curries are subject to availability, curries change daily
Strawberries and cream don’t quite match with sitting in a park on a winter’s day and ice-cream just isn’t the same when eating it on wet sand on a rain drenched beach. Chenin Restaurant knows how to match all manner of foods up perfectly to match the season in question. See just how well they’ve mastered this fine art by enjoying two belly warming Malay curries this winter for R70.
Curry really is one of the best loved meals to eat in winter, well, besides, soup which is awfully cliché and over-rated, unless its curry flavour, of course. What makes curry even better in winter is when it’s a Chenin Malay Curry in your choice of vegetables, chicken, lamb or prawns. Add a delicious helping of jasmine rice, sambals, fruit chutney and a poppadoms and you’ll soon forget that soup in any variation ever existed.
Chenin’s head chef and his team use only the freshest and most locally sourced ingredients to make their delectable curry. All the ingredients are seasonal which means winter curries brimming with rich winter flavours and locally sourced spices.
The restaurant itself is also perfect for enjoying curry as what better way to enjoy delectable flavours than surrounded by a chic, yet relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. You can be sure the relaxed décor and atmosphere will help to ease the awkwardness of a first date. Or if you’ve invited a random stranger off the street to enjoy this Groupon with you; either way your mouths will be full for an hour or two so best you get all the talking done during the walk to your table.
Curry fact: Curry was banned in Indian train stations after a passer-by accidently messed his chicken korma all over a street vendor’s keyboard. It was the last time that the vendor ever played “my heart will go on.”