Pay R20 for any open sandwich at Piggly Wiggly Lombardy, valued at R47 (save 57%)
- Save 57% on any open sandwich at Piggly Wiggly Lombardy
- Award-winning cappuccinos
- Peaceful atmosphere
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- No takeaways
- One Groupon per person
- Multiple Groupons may be used per table
- Groupon only valid Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 17:00
Not many people are aware that there were actually eight Wonders of the Ancient World, not seven. Apart from the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Great Pyramid of Giza, there was also the Immense Open Sandwich of Alexandria. Before mankind invented filter coffee or the fork, they were putting things between slices of bread and marvelling at their own sheer delicious genius. Find out what all the hype is about with any open sandwich from Piggly Wiggly Lombardy for R20.
Many people believe that the sandwich is essentially the perfect food, ideal for picnics, an attack of the midnight munchies or a long bus ride. Of course, just like you wouldn’t ask an accountant to paint the Mona Lisa, when dealing with man’s greatest invention other than the internet, you shouldn’t accept anything less than perfection. Piggly Wiggly’s open sandwiches could very well qualify as art, combining farm-fresh local ingredients and a dash of homely creativity, served with a crisp side-salad for those who enjoy indulging their herbivore tendencies with lunch.
Just like you can’t have green eggs without ham, or Ernie without Bert, you can’t have one of Piggly Wiggly’s masterpiece sandwiches without trying their coffee. Their genius cappuccinos have won awards and come in all sorts of interesting variations like the Dancing Cappuccino or the Farmers Cream Con Panna.
Sandwich Fact: A sandwich deli in New York is causing quite a stir with their unique creations, such as the infamous Egg, Chocolate and Butternut. Owner of the store, Lucy Linferbert, spends the morning writing out ingredients on little slips of paper and pinning them to a dartboard. Whenever a customer comes in, she throws the dart to determine what her patrons should eat.