Food, like drinking copious amounts of caffeine and wasting time watching videos of cats doing funny things on the internet, is an essential component of human survival. Feed your instincts and save up to 65% on a delicious pasta meal for two or four people at Rococo Lounge. Choose from the following:
- Pay R55.20 for a pasta meal for two people, valued at R138
- Pay R97 for a pasta meal for four people, valued at R276
Being hungry can do terrible things to you; it can even make you hallucinate, perhaps leading you to think that the newest intern smells like pizza or that the office pot-plant is actually a burrito. A charming, elegant upmarket eatery situated in the bustling Sandton city surroundings, Rococo Lounge is fashioned in the famous French art movement and this is evident in its chic interior and indulgent menu selection.
With the friendliest service and scrumptious dishes made using only the freshest ingredients, with intricate attention to detail by their highly skilled chefs, your delicious pasta meal will hark back to an era of carefree opulence and elegance. You will be able to choose from wheat free penne or fresh Tagliatelle with a chicken or mushroom filling and a range of sauces including Napoletana – creamy tomato, Rococo Arrabiata – a tantalising mix of tomato, chilli and olives, Machiatte made with tomato and cream or simple classic cream mixed with fresh herbs. If you would prefer to have a traditional Italian treat opt for beef or vegetable lasagne in your choice of one of these tasty sauces instead.
“Rococo Lounge delights with a combination of French elegance, an infusion nostalgic of Baroque era, where playful elegance contrasted by ornate stature warmed the palate with gastronomic tastes. The menu adopts Rococo style dining infused with modern ways using flavourful, fresh ingredients, perfectly balanced to compliment discerning palates.” – www.safarinow.com
Pasta fact: An Italian cook once tried to make pasta in a flowerpot placed in a bowl filled with cheese. This dish turned out to be quite the success in the small town of Matera and the cook continued to use flower pots to make his famous pasta for years.