Buy two Dulcé beef or chicken burgers for R44.50 at Dulcé Café (save 50%)
- Enjoy two chicken or beef Dulcé burgers for the price of one
- Continental and friendly surroundings
- Perfect to share with a friend
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Groupon only redeemable at Hillcrest Shopping Centre branch
- Groupon not valid for take-aways
- Groupon only redeemable for two people, no single person purchases
- Groupon not redeemable for double patty or double chicken breast burgers.
South African human rights include the right to an education, the right to freedom of speech and the right to enjoy two Dulcé single beef or chicken burgers for R44.50 at Dulcé Café.
Dulcé Café is serious about its burgers and even more serious about the secret sauce in which they smother each of these burgers. Now, don’t try and ask them what their secret sauce is made of because they have been sworn to secrecy. Just know that it has the ability to make your taste buds do the Flamenco from excitement and acquire the ability to spot a good burger from a mile away…normally when you’re a mile away from a Dulcé Café.
People from all over Hillcrest are flocking to the site of these phenomenal burgers. The ambiance at Dulcé Café adds to the experience as diners are surrounded by a continental atmosphere that allows for a memorable experience. However, whether eating these delicious burgers on the moon or at one of the tables in the restaurant you’ll be spellbound by the sautéed onion, sesame bun and crisp fresh lettuce.
As for the potato wedges or French fries that accompany these mouth-watering delights – imagine the power that Kryptonite has on a certain superhero. Together with these grilled chicken or 100% pure beef patty burgers, you can rule the whole of Hillcrest. Please note that capes and masks are not included in this Groupon.
Burgerlicious fact: The first burger contained no beef or chicken. Instead it was made of crushed pineapples placed between two sesame seed buns. This was because pineapple rings were already round which made them easier to slice and put on the round sesame seed rolls. This was invented by a hula girl named, Luki Luki.