It was more than the fact that he had more teeth than a deadly hair brush and was very, very large that made the T-Rex the king of the prehistoric jungle; many scientists agree that it was a healthy diet of steak that gave him his mighty and awesome power. Even if you’ve never wanted to tape your thumbs to your palms to know what a T-Rex felt like, give his diet a try and save up to 60% on a 500g T-bone with chips, Greek salad and a beer or cider for one or two people or any kiddies meal at News@Lynnwood.
- Pay R47.50 for one person, valued at R95
- Pay R76 for two people, valued at R190
- Pay R14 for any meal from the kiddies menu, valued at R28
Hunger can do terrible things to you – it can even make you hallucinate, perhaps leading you to think that the newest intern smells suspiciously like bacon or thinking that your laptop would taste just fine with a sprinkling of paprika. Luckily, today’s Groupon has the solution.
Considering that the chefs at News@Lynnwood know their way around a juicy cut of meat, they’re well-versed in preparing steaks that will make you want to shun every other foodstuff; cooked to the type of perfection usually only achieved by photoshopped models. While the mouth-watering T-bone performs a precision strike on hunger, unleashing a horde of flavour onto unsuspecting taste-buds and is known to leave many a diner dazed, a plate filled with nothing but a juicy steak would be a little disheartening to both your eyes and sense of taste. With both chips and a Greek salad to vacation to during bites of steak, your meal is guaranteed to be much more enjoyable. Finish off with a beer or cider, and you have a meal fit for even the most ravenous of rumbling bellies. For the kiddies who aren’t quite up to the task of doing anything with a 500g steak other than staring at it blankly or throwing it at people, choose any meal off the kiddies menu – far more suited to smaller bellies and simpler taste-buds.
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@Lynnwood T-Bone would come out on top.Beef-flavoured fact: Diners at a New York burger bar that specialised in steak-burgers were shocked when protesters barricaded the doors holding placards. The protesters, three cows from the local farm, were holding placards that said “EAT MOR CHIKIN”.