Pay R99 for a meal ticket to the value of R200 from moyo Fountains (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a meal ticket to the value of R200
- Relaxed, African-inspired décor
- Delicious food
- Wide variety of meal choices
- Ideal as a gift
- Booking essential: 012 341 5729 or click here
- Groupon redeemable at Fountains branch only
- Groupon redeemable Monday to Wednesday, 11:00 to 22:00; Thursday and Friday, 11:00 to 23:00; Saturday, 9:00 to 23:00; Sunday 9:00 to 22:00
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Limited number available
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Groupon must be used in one visit
- Groupon does not cover gratuity or beverages
- All bookings are subject to availability
- Terms & Conditions apply
Without good food, tummies would go on strike, demanding eight to ten per cent raises for the work they do to keep your body fully functional. Avoid unplanned protests with today’s Groupon: pay R99 for a meal ticket to the value of R200 at moyo Fountains.
Like an actor starved of work, a stomach not entertained with a few extravagant meals every once in a while is bound to sink into deep bouts of depression. Thus, before they can release their bad juju on the rest of your body, suitable action must be taken to keep them happy.
Tending to frustrated taste buds and tums in expert fashion, the moyo Fountains restaurant boasts a wide variety of meal choices for your Groupon redemption. Whether your belly demands beef or chicken, or takes a liking to food that comes from the deep blue sea, the restaurant caters to all tastes with a healthy injection of African flair. Choose from delicious and unique home specialties like the tasty Isishebo Lamb Curry and the Dora Wat (Ethiopian braised chicken breasts in a delicious sauce) or browse further along the lengthy menu for light meals, Tangine and Potjie extravagances, and various fish and vegetarian dishes. Alternatively, spoil your stomach with an overdose of desserts equally as delicious for the taste buds as the quirky African-inspired décor is for the eyes.
Tastefully strewn with a contemporary African style, splashes of bright colour and cool, upbeat, musical tunes; moyo is a sensory feast. Contentedly situated in a park-like setting with large lawns and views of historical monuments, the restaurant provides whimsical Afro-chic spaces for both indoor and outdoor dining experiences. Combine this with a menu of more deliciousness than that of the world’s most delicious delicacy and tummies are guaranteed to throw down protesting placards and instead relish in a tasty feast of good times.
Foodie Fact: Princess Jacqueline of Slovakia, was famously known for wearing top hats when she was nine years old. In her later years, she confessed that she hid sweets and pastries in her hats so that she could build gingerbread and sweet houses for her teddy bears.