Pay R175 for a deluxe seafood paella meal for two with two glasses of wine at Casa Da Galinha, valued at R350 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a seafood paella meal for two with two glasses of wine
- Mediterranean and Portuguese cuisine
- Chilled and casual atmosphere
- Ideal as a gift or for yourself
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- One usable Groupon per person per visit
- Two usable Groupons per person
- Opening Times: Monday to Sunday, 11:30 to 22:00
- Booking essential: 011 803 9691
Everyone gets into a certain routine, whether it’s washing your car every second day, eating chicken every Tuesday night, or even frightening your neighbour every morning by jumping out of the closet dressed as a clown. Routines are like revolving doors – it never ends, unless you break them with a ten foot hammer. Hit your routine over the head with a stop sign and visit Casa Da Galinha and relish a delicious seafood paella meal with two glasses of wine at Casa Da Galinha for R175.
Casa Da Galinha is the sparkle of Morningside and offers exquisite chargrilled Mozambican cuisine that will make your taste buds explode like a firecracker on Guy Fawkes Day. If there’s one way to shake up your life, then it’s with this noteworthy get-together. Fine dining at its prime, you’ll feel as comfortable as a lazy lapdog sleeping on a king-sized waterbed.
You will lose yourself in the glorious aromas drifting from the scrumptious seafood delight. Mixing succulent prawns, juicy crayfish tail, mouth-watering line fish, tender calamari and lip-smacking mussels will have you surrender all your inhibitions to total bliss. Sip on a glass of delight as your yummy meal travels to your ecstatic tummy. A delectable mix of the ocean’s finest gifts is the hammer you need to break your dull routine and wash it down with a hearty chuckle.
Fishy Fact: In Peru the natives use a piece of string to lure unsuspecting bug-eyed fish to capture them and keep them in square jars.