Food, like drinking copious amounts of caffeine and watching videos of cats doing funny things on the internet, is an essential component to human survival. Feed your instincts and your face with today’s Groupon: Save 50% on your choice of a breakfast OR lunch or dinner for two at La Rocca.
La Rocca was founded by owner Dawood Osman and his wife Shireen and with their vision and nearly 10 years’ experience in the industry; they have produced a homely restaurant that serves delicious food, pandering to a range of tastes. La Rocca has a relaxed and warm ambience perfect for a romantic night out or a good sit down with friends. The menu is fusion based with varied themes and has been described as a mixture of Mediterranean, Italian and South African. La Rocca aims to create and maintain an eatery that is exceptional in its attention to every detail and its friendly service. The food at La Rocca meets the highest standards of quality, freshness and combines both modern-creative and traditional cooking styles. The professional staff at La Rocca consistently provides their customers with impeccable service by demonstrating warmth, graciousness, efficiency, knowledge and integrity. With today’s Groupon for you and a fellow food lover, you can choose from:
- Pay R60 for two omelettes with your choice of filling, valued at R120 (save 50%). These delicious breakfast treats, made in a roti wrap style, will be filled with your choice of tasty mince, marvellous mushroom or scrumptious smoked chicken. This Groupon is for two people with each of you indulging in one of these scrumptious omelettes.
- OR pay R70 for a lunch or dinner for two of any pasta/pizza combo, valued at R140 (save 50%). With this lunch or dinner Groupon for two, you can choose from a pizza and pasta. This, however excludes the salmon pasta or seafood pizza. La Rocca has several mouth-watering pastas to choose from including Alfredo, consisting of chicken and mushroom in a cream sauce and Spaghetti Bolognaise. Their pizza range is just as delicious with your choice of Focaccia, made from a plain tomato base with garlic cheese and oregano or a Smokey Joe with smoked chicken, peppers, mushrooms and tomato.
Food fact: In 1966, during the Great War of the Jellyfish, a man opened a restaurant in Jamaica. This proudly Caribbean eatery was initially a great success but this did not last very long as the locals in the town soon discovered that the owner was in fact a zombie with a fake Jamaican accent.