Coffee lovers pay the bean it’s due when their minds are still foggy and blue. ‘Oh thrilling cup of mental realignment, stimulate the sleepy eyes, revive wobbly legs and provoke sleeping logic, making traffic and bosses bearable’. Pasta lovers show appreciation for their perfect pasta pleasure by having it for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and think of pasta as treasure. Pasta and coffee lovers come together and meet at 88 Degrees for pasta tossed in Thai Green curry sauce and topped with Cashew nut crusted chicken strips. Top it all off with a regular cappuccino, all for R32.
Treat yourself to pasta tossed in Thai Green curry sauce made with Thai Green curry paste, which is the perfect pasta accessory. Topped with strips of chicken rolled in cashew nuts enticing waterfalls of salivation, this delicious pasta dish is brimming with flavour and goodness.
Tucked away behind Channel Islands in Gateway, 88 Degrees is a gift waiting to be unwrapped. This speciality coffee shop, named for the temperature at which their coffee is brewed, is a fundi in cappuccinos, and their menu of deliciousness compliments their hot velvety drinks.
This little jewel of Italian culinary yumminess doesn’t only serve delectable food and coffee, their café is a dream for children too. Kiddies can enjoy the outdoor play area equipped with a jungle gym, or they can stay indoors and enjoy the colouring books and kiddies channels on the TV. All of this means you get to chillax and enjoy your meal and coffee without having to jump up and down and run after your little nuclear bombs.
Take this Groupon, treat your oral cavity to the Mokador coffee bean sensation and feel your mind explode with happiness. Your stomach will also be ever so grateful.
Did you know: Coffee only grows near the equator, which means inhabitants living close to the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer speak faster and bounce higher than those living outside the ‘zone’. The long and short about the discovery of the coffee bean goes like this: Coffee beans were discovered by goats, tried by the goat herder and stolen by a Monk.