Pay R53.50 for two medium Naked English Breakfasts at the Streets Café, valued at R107 (save 50%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Pay R53.50 for two medium Naked English Breakfasts
  • International dining experience
  • Friendly and professional service
  • Use of local fruit and vegetable produce
  • Ideal for a treat

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeemable for up to 2 months
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
  • Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
  • Deal only valid from Monday to Sunday, 08:00 to 16:00
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The weekend is a great time to wake up late, eat a delicious hearty breakfast and catch up on the hours of sleep you’ve missed during the week. What if you could fit in a few more hours of sleep by having your breakfast made for you? Today’s Groupon gives you the opportunity to do just that, skip all the dishes and have your egg cooked just the way you like it: Pay R53.50 for two medium Naked English Breakfasts at the Streets Café.

The English were on to something when they invented Imperialism but more so when they invented the best breakfast in the world and slapped their nationality on it. If you’re reading this you probably aren’t in England, however that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy their breakfast. The cosy yet trendy Streets Café is filled with enough international flare to make you think you’re eating your crisped to perfection bacon in a street café in Soho.

If you like, the waiter could put on a “how’d you like your eggs, love?” or a “your porkies are on their way.” Alternatively you could take along someone from Bristol or just take along your mom, dad, roommate or lecturer. Either way they’ll thank you for sharing this Groupon with them and for getting them out of washing the dishes and allowing them to catch up on some sleep. After all, maggies vol, oogies toe.

Sausage-filled-fact: Breakfast in Ireland was originally the term used to describe lunch. This meant that cheese sandwiches were originally eaten for breakfast. Irish cheddar was the most popular.

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