Pay R99 for a R250 meal ticket at Rococo Restaurant (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a R250 food ticket
- Cosy and exclusive fine dining
- Beautiful Baroque-inspired décor
- Delicious and wholesome cuisine
- Fine wines and aperitifs
- Ideal for a classy dinner
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 011 783 2388
- One Groupon per person per visit
- Groupon valid for DINNER ONLY: Monday to Sunday, 18:00 to 21:00
- Groupon excludes duck and seafood dishes
- Groupon excludes drinks
- No take-aways
If you find it bizarre when people don’t appreciate food the way you do; it’s very likely that their taste buds have become jaded or given up completely. When people deprive themselves of ultimate flavours, surviving on tedious TV dinners and humdrum chip and dip, their taste buds tend to go on strike or get bored and fall asleep. Wake up those tetchy taste buds with today’s flavoursome Groupon: a meal ticket worth R250 at Rococo for R99.
Taking its name from Baroque inspired décor, Rococo’s interior mirrors the ornate, florid and decadent style of the time – and so does their food. Elegant, playful and one delicacy after the next, Rococo’s chefs make culinary magic that would stump even the wisest of fictional wizards. Using the freshest ingredients and kitchen appliances moulded from unicorn hair, Rococo’s combines the care-free elegant styles of 18th century aristocracy fused with the culinary requirements of the 21st century; fine wines, amazing aperitifs and wholesome yet stylish meals.
Rated higher than eating Swiss chocolate in a rainbow factory, Rococo’s upmarket café vibe is a favourite among brief-cased business men, contemporary cool kids and the fine-dining older generation.
Take your friends, favourite flame or just a famished appetite and enjoy the good life with today’s Groupon.
Fancy foodie fact: A contemporary restaurant in New York boasts décor inspired by a purple-haired girl who used to camp behind their wall. The girl now has décor, dishes and a baby names inspired by her fluorescent fuchsia locks.