Pay R34 for a pizza from Avanti Bistro, valued at R68 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a pizza
- Choose from a Margarita, Mediterranean, Chicken and Mushroom, Greek, Vegetarian and Honey Chicken Pizza
- Upmarket and trendy bistro
- Families welcome
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 043 726 8515
- One Groupon per person
- No take-aways
- No sharing
Not a long time ago and not very far away either, a ponder of philosophers sat in a circle debating as to why they were so unsatisfied. They sat all night debating the mediocrity that was their lives until Robert pointed to an equation on the black board where a simple five letter word explained everything: Pizza. Find fulfilment or get full at Avanti Bistro with a scrumptious pizza for R34.
For years East Londoner’s have whispered about a secret realm where fountains spout mozzarella cheese and pizzas grow on trees. No one knows if it really exists, but it’s been rumoured that the myth was inspired by an ancient philosopher’s visions after he took a bite of the pizza at Avanti Bistro.
For a place where good people and good pizza go together like Nietzsche and confusion, stroll down to Avanti Bistro and sample the legendary cheesiness. Choose between a melting mozzarella-topped Margarita, Hawaiian, Mediterranean, Chicken and Mushroom, Greek, Vegetarian, and Honey Chicken.
Just one bite of Avanti Bistro's perfect pizza and rumour has it that you’ll never be the same again, in a good way. The creaminess of the cheese combined with the crispy base is said to drive people to extremes, like building cheese shrines in their garage, proposing to Avanti Bistro's chefs, and getting pizza rims on the wheels of their cars. It’s madness, but then again – it’s crazy how good these pizzas are.
Cheesy fact: On an airplane to Holland, a man named Sven caused quite a stir on-board. Claiming that he was going through pizza-withdrawals, he tied himself to his seat with bandages, explaining that he was a danger to people with round faces because they reminded him of his favourite food.