Pay R10 for four vegetable spring rolls at Bangkok Wok, valued at R35 (save 71%)
- Save 71% on a veggie-spring roll starter
- Three different sauces to choose from: peanut, sweet chilli, plum
- Crispy pastry filled with julienne vegetables
- Herbivore-friendly starter
- Exotic Eastern flavours
- Relaxing ambience
- Tasty way to start a meal or just as a snack
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 1 month
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 012 644 0373
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- One Groupon per person per meal
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon does not cover gratuity or beverages
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon valid at Centurion branch only
- Valid for sit-down meal only
There are very few staples in life; the need for oxygen, odd cravings for sugary treats covered in sugar when you’re unhappy and the urge to light fires and wrap up in blankets when it’s cold. One of the other staples is ordering spring rolls whenever you’re near a sushi bar or Eastern restaurant. Indulge in one of life’s most enjoyable snacks and pay R10 for four vegetable spring rolls and three sauces at Bangkok Wok.
Like left over pizza or chocolate cake, spring rolls are the type of food that can be enjoyed at any time of day, no matter what mood you’re in. similarly, Bangkok Wok is the type of place that’s perfect for leisurely lunches, a quick noodle-bowl before an important business meeting or a romantic and lengthy dinner with your special friend.
Kick back and soak up the relaxing ambience and chic décor while you peruse the menu. Even if you’re just going to be looking, the innovative noodle bowls and inspiring dishes are enough to whet your appetite. The chefs at Bangkok Wok pride themselves on bold and fresh flavours, so your spring rolls will be just the right type of crispy. The deep-fried pastry filled with julienne vegetables and glass noodles comes with three different sauces for you to dip into; perfect whether you’re just in it for the spring rolls or you’re looking for a good way to start a meal of Asian-inspired cuisine.
Deep-fried Fact: Certain restaurants in Nagasaki still follow the old Eastern tradition of placing a brass-bell in the centre of the table; this bell can be rung during the meal to signify to the chef that you’re in need of more bean-curd and spring rolls.