Pay R43 for a chicken Caesar wrap and a Magenta cocktail at the Ndlovu Sinazo bar at Isango Gate, valued at R98 (save 56%)
- Save 56% on a chicken Caesar wrap and a Magenta cocktail
- Modern and serene Boutique Hotel and bar
- Ideal for a night out of the ordinary
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon redeemable for three months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: 041 811 2225
- Limited number available
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- Groupon does not cover gratuity or beverages
- All bookings are subject to availability
While having a regular dinner haunt is nice in a sort of habitual sense, knowing the manager’s tormented relationship history and having a random waiter enquire about your mother’s arthritis can get a little bit too familiar. Change it up and find a new grazing spot with today’s Groupon: a chicken Caesar wrap or a Megenta cocktail for R43 at the Ndlovu Sinazo bar at Isango Gate.
Just because the chef doesn’t know your gold fish’s middle name doesn’t mean you have anything to fear; as any pyscho-babbling buddy would say: change is good. In fact, the sensually serene setting of Isango Gate boutique hotel is just the place to start your restaurant renaissance; set in an African Zen garden, the hotel décor suggests earth tones, modern lines and an understated stylish elegance. Overlooking the tranquil infinity pool, the glamorous hotel boasts an atmospheric bar, the Ndlovu Sinazo Bar, which is where you’ll be enjoying your light meal or cocktail.
If you’ve previously loved and learnt from a chicken Caesar wrap – forget what you know because you’ve never tasted a wrap quite like this; filled with tender grilled chicken, lettuce, parmesan shavings, crispy bacon and a creamy anchovy dressing, the crispiness of the delicious tortilla wrap is matched only by the serving of a soft boiled egg, ciabatta croutons and a side salad and chips.
If you’re one of the chronically thirsty – enjoy a truly inspired cocktail designed to mirror the natural beauty of the sunset over the sea and the tranquillity of Isango Gate. Said to have been envisioned during a heavenly ascent, the African Sunset across the Bay cocktail is a blissful mix of mandarin vodka, mango or lemon sorbet, mandarin and orange zest and candied apple slushy. In this case, change is definitely good.
Fancy foodie fact: The culinary staple that is macaroni cheese was originally a children’s “punishment dish” made with bamboo shoots, offcuts of pig ears and goats cheese. It was revived and revised in 1890 when it was westernised.