Pay R15 for a breakfast at The Angel’s Place Boutique Hotel, valued at R35 (save 58%)
- Save 58% on breakfast
- Includes 2 eggs, 2 rashers bacon, fried tomato and toast
- Silver service and waiters in white gloves
- Soft music and classically elegant ambience
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 079 849 4662; 012 997 7018
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
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- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon valid weekdays from 07:00 till 09:00
- Cancellation policy applies
Before breakfast was invented, people were subject to terribly low energy levels, constant grumpiness and had to suffice with only two meals a day. Things would’ve continued in this fashion were it for a young scholar who, after studying for four days straight without sleep, had lunch at 7:39 one morning. Continue the tradition with today’s Groupon: A breakfast at Angel's Place for R15.
Sometimes, the hustle and bustle of daily life and dishes just needs to take a back seat. Away from the raucous goings-on of the city, The Angel’s Place Boutique Hotel finds its home in upmarket Moreleta Park, away from the hullabaloo. A contained and terraced world of tranquil and calm, it’s the perfect place to put on a Sunday hat and practice passing the tea and scones.
When it comes to making food, all meals are prepared fresh with love and appreciation by their team of food-loving cooks. In the same way that it’s impossible to be satisfied after only one ride on a magic-carpet, it’s not possible for your belly to be full after an insufficient meal, that’s why eMondo’s full breakfast covers all the bases; two eggs, two rashers of bacon, two pieces of toast, a tomato and a hearty portion of mushrooms. Enjoy a breakfast that could still the grumble of a giant’s belly at an environmentally conscious establishment that gives back to the Earth with every meal it serves.
Breakfast fact: In the Wild West, cowboys would make breakfast omelettes by strapping two pots filled with eggs and ingredients over the back of a pony and then set it off on a gallop just before dawn. By the time the pony had returned the ingredients would be sufficiently mixed and the pan would be ready to start frying.