The cheese tug of war between Marco Polo and his Velociraptor was the reason for the discovery of the delicious stringy-ness of cheese, and the subsequent (unsuccessful) use of it in basic boy-scout kits and as towing ropes for cars. More suited is its use as a tasty topping in today’s Groupon: any large pizza (excluding the Gourmet Range) and a large Margarita for R49 at Mamarazzi Pizza.
Nothing compares to pizza. While other foods shy away at the thought of a hand getting too close to it, the pizza is one of the only foods that gives its yummy base up to your grubby paws without an ounce of ill feelings. Its laid-back sophistication has rendered it the favourite food of most people who have opposable thumbs, a mouth and an oesophagus to take the delicious mess down.
Though some may think that “Ching, Chong, Cha” is the universal problem-solver, they’ll eat their words and wolf down delicious wood-fired pizzas with ease once inside Mamarazzi Pizza. As Mamarazzi knows the power of a pizza and the numerous wars it could end (the most popular of which being the I-like-you-but-you-once-took-me-on-that-date-to-that-awful-place scuffle), their pizzas are strictly the best.
Fired up with flavour in an authentic wood-fired pizza, the tasty hunger-busters will cure the roaring sounds coming from your belly and probably make you doubt whether your experience is actually real. Their extensive menu caters to carnivores, herbivores and even Velociraptors and includes a list of chicken, pork, beef and vegetarian pizza options; making your task of choosing just one like trying to fit an adult dinosaur into a family of garden gnomes’ mobile home. Don’t fret, though. With unlimited Groupon purchases, you’re more than welcome to go back time and time again, develop an addiction to Margaritas, and torture yourself with choice until you’ve tasted every variation.
Pizza Fact: The “Voluptuous Vulture” pizza at a famous pizza parlour in the Corfu train station is made up of chicken, beef, duck, cream cheese, battered chillies and a special secret sauce. The pizza was named the “Voluptuous Vulture” because most who finished it picked up at least two kilograms.