Taste buds are fickle when complacent; they often became lethargic and suddenly you will not be able to tell the difference between rich, double-chocolate cake and that gaudy luminous-purple corduroy pillow on the sofa. Keep your taste buds happy and in line with an exotic twist with today’s Groupon: Pay R139 for a starter platter to share, two main meals to the combined value of R150 and two deep-fried ice cream desserts at 2 Thai 4.
If you long to experience a taste of the East like the deserts miss the rain or like a seagull longs for somebody’s slap chips, the tantalising tastes of 2 Thai 4 will be the perfect appetite appeaser. Reputed to be “Best Thai Restaurant in Johannesburg”, 2 Thai 4 go out of their way to ensure that all palates are catered for with exotic dishes of fish, pork, chicken and several vegetarian delights. With bright and cheery décor and a host a friendly waiters at your beck and call, it’ll be hard to keep the grin off your face.
Grin control will become even harder when you receive your tantalising three course meal. To start off your culinary cruise, show that sharing is indeed caring when you and your dining buddy share a delicious starter platter. Next, pick two main meals off 2 Thai 4’s delicious menu; a wide and varied choice as long as the dishes don’t exceed R150. Once you’ve experienced the thrill of the spicy, vibrant Thai temptations, it’s time to put the cherry on top with two servings of deep fried ice-cream. If the mention of deep fried ice cream creates a massive question mark, take the unicorn by the horn and give it a try – think waffles filled with ice-cream – you won’t regret it.
Bring your family, your friends, and
heck – bring your pet monkey – but, whatever you do don’t miss the opportunity
to settle down and enjoy a meal worth fighting a zombie warrior for.
Thai fact: In 1782 a Thai family in Chang Mai made the headlines of every local newspaper after their toddler was named “Trendy toddler of the year”. The competition, which was the first in the South East Asian city, had a grand prize of 200kg of candyfloss which pleased the Thai family immensely.