Pay R49 for R100 worth of authentic Thai cuisine at Thai Rak-Sa (Save 51%)
- Save 51% on main meals of your choice
- Prepared by true Thai chefs
- Healthy authentic Thai cuisine
- Warm inviting ambience
- Groupons only valid for main meals
- Not valid for take aways
- Groupons not redeemable for cash. Customer will have to pay in for any meal above R100
- Groupons can’t be used with other promotions
- Groupons only issued once deal closes
They often say half a watermelon is better than no watermelon at all. This makes half seem like settling for less than great. Second best to a whole. But half isn’t bad. Half isn’t even half bad. Half is awesome. And today’s deal proves it. For R49 you get to enjoy R100 worth of Thai Rak-Sa’s authentic cuisine off the main meal menu. That's less than half price. Not the full price, half the price. And if you can't finish it by yourself, bring some friends!
Thai Rak-Sa can only be described as a little patch of Thailand set in the heart of Gift Acres Mall, Pretoria. Expect sprightly staff, delicious cuisine and aromas of lemongrass, cilantro, ginger and fresh Thai basil sending warm greetings from the kitchen. From curries (R55 to R95) to scrumptious noodle dishes (R47 to R64), soups (R28 to R35) and egg fried rice (R49 to R64), it’s Thai cuisine at its finest. The food in itself is a great topic for conversation and is best when shared between friends, family or love birds. The warm ambience lends perfectly to any occasion and makes for special moments straight out of an “Explore magical Thailand” travel brochure.
The chefs are the real deal – as authentically Thai as the dishes they prepare and ideas as fresh as the quality meats, vegetables and seafood they use. The kitchen is their playground where they use their finely honed skills to combine, mix, blend and test flavours and spices to perfection. Sweet is married with sour, soft mixed with crunchy and spicy intertwined with sweet, striking the delightfully perfect balance between East Indian and Chinese that’s so authentically Thai Rak-Sa.
Creamy food fact: Whipped cream was first discovered by a Slovakian chef with a chronic case of ostrich hiccups. The only cure for ostrich hiccups is sticking one’s head in the ground for 26 minutes.