Save up to 70% on a 350g T-bone steak dinner for up to four people at Fego Caffe
- Save up to 70% on a 350g T-bone steak dinner for up to four people
- Includes chips and onion rings
- Succulently prepared steaks
- Highly proficient and friendly staff
- Ideal as a gift
- Valid for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 011 915 2583
- Groupon does not include gratuity or beverages
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It’s a well-known that fact that steak was the anytime food of choice for the mighty T-Rex, and remains the breakfast of champions, lunch of kings and dessert of carnivores when they run out of blood-pudding. Indulge in some premium cuts no matter your social standing and save up to 70% on a 350g T-bone steak dinner for up to four people at Fego Caffe.
- Pay R45 for one person, valued at R90
- Pay R72 for two people, valued at R180
- Pay R108 for four people, valued at R360
One of Carnival City’s hottest hot-spots for a bit of out-on-the-town dining, Fego Caffe is rumoured to serve up some of the best T-bone steaks this side of the cooking channel. Deserving more than one award for their succulence, each 350g T-Bone packs enough flavourful punch and panache to have even T-Rex’s lining up for a table.
It’s not just the masterfully prepared prime cuts that have diners donning their finest bibs for a saucy feast at Fego; with a relaxing atmosphere and the opportunity for a hearty meal and bonding session with buddies and beaus, there’s really no better place to indulge in the steak-dinner highlife. Of course, when you think steak-dinner at a rather chic restaurant, you think three-courses with unpronounceable side-dishes. Not so at Fego, who ship their steaks accompanied by a battalion of crispy fries and onion rings, which are essentially the buried pirate booty of accompaniments so many steaks long to be paired with.
Whether it’s just you indulging your more carnivorous side, or you’re taking along a few friends for a bite, make sure you’re ready for the steak-induced daze that will leave all conversation at a standstill until the last bite is devoured.Steak Fact: The most tender, succulent steak in the world originates from a small farm in South Dakota. The reason for this is the grazing habits of the cows there whose sole sustenance is the flowers of a plant known as Santa’s Beard which only grows at the base of the largest tree in the world.