Save up to 60% on any pasta dish for one or two people at News@Lynwood
- Save up to 60% on any pasta dish for one or two people
- Includes a glass of house white wine
- Delicious authentic Italian food
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only redeemable for Alfredo or Veggie pasta
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 012 348 2229
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
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Of all the Italian offerings, pasta really is the only one that makes for a tasty treat and serves as a flying toy for both chefs, soccer moms and kids. Prove your devotion for this multi-use tool and delight your tastebuds with one of these tantalising pasta options from News@Lynwood:
- Pay R26 for a pasta dish for one person, valued at R52
- Pay R41.60 a pasta dish each for two people, valued at R104
Being hungry can do terrible things to you; it can even make you hallucinate, perhaps leading you to think that the newest intern smells like lasagne or thinking that the pot-plants are actually burritos. Not many people are aware that pasta finds it origins in the pages of Greek mythology; though it wasn’t created by Zeus himself, you would be forgiven for thinking it was, especially when prepared in the near-mythical splendour of News@Lynwood.
A cosy place in the Lynwood shopping centre, the comfortable restaurant boasts an easy, relaxing atmosphere. It’s not just the delicious décor and friendly staff that will leave you tickled more than just pink. With culinary skills so amazing you’d think their DNA was made of fettuccini, the masterful chefs can turn even the blandest noodle into a dish that even Olympus would be begging to serve at their monthly office party.
Considering they’re open seven days a week, from morning to evening, it doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for a different type of dinner, or a lunch that’s not a cheese and Bovril sandwich; in any culinary cage-match, News@LYnwood pasta would come out on top.
Fettuccini Fact: The first pasta was eaten in China, before the construction of the Great Wall. The Emperor’s daughter, Princess Tiara grew bored of eating rice and demanded a different meal. Unable to think of anything besides the grain or vegetables the princess was equally sick of, they decided to merely serve it in a different way. The dish they created was the first instance of rice noodles ever documented and they were served with chunks of vegetable in a plum sauce.