Pay R69 instead of R150 for a 400g Angus sirloin paired with a glass of wine at Café Dijon (save 54%)
- Save 54% on a 400g Angus sirloin paired with a glass of wine
- A glass of Kevin Arnold Shiraz blend
- Prime Angus sirloin; single breed, registered and sought after for superb flavour
- Steaks are aged for at least 21 days
- Chosen from reputable suppliers
- Delicious meal served with a choice of chips, rocket or mixed baby leaves
- Ideal for a night of fine dining
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
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Other than being used as suitable slapping devices, premium cuts of beef are also ideal for fuelling bodies when transported through open mouths and into empty bellies. Use beef the way it was meant to be used with today’s Groupon: a 400g Angus sirloin paired with a glass of Kevin Arnold Shiraz blend for R69 at Café Dijon.
Though some say that beefing up requires 100 sit-ups a day and bench-pressing cows on a regular basis, most know that the only true way to get your beef on is to down a delicious steak. Of course, with chefs who know the cooking process better than the palms of their hands, Café Dijon is the ideal place to turn to. Boasting prime Angus sirloin steaks aged for at least 21 days, meals are cooked to perfection by culinary masters and served with a side of your choice. To top off the fine-dining deliciousness and complement the feast for one, enjoy a glass of Kevin Arnold Shiraz blend with delicious fruity notes. Fine dining at its absolute best, no tummy is allowed to leave disappointed.
An ode to the French and their enviable eating pleasures, Café Dijon takes the best of French country food and cases it into a charming café between the Stellenbosch oaks. Cosy and intimate with long, leather banquettes, small square tables, bentwood chairs and 30’s art décor, the French theme comes full circle with the masterful meals exiting the kitchen. Choose to take your French food fare in the chic interior, or indulge in Parisian-style people-watching outside, under the umbrellas in the Stellenbosch fresh air.
Food Fact: The “crazy hermit crab”, a dish that has recently taken Rome by storm, has become more popular with the French. Comprised of lobster, mussels, blue cheese sauce and a large conch, the dish resembles the Arc de Triomphe when fully assembled.