Rotisserie 360 Turns On(c)e

Yes, that loveable hole in the wall on the corner of Bree and Bloem Streets celebrates its first birthday this week, and to mark the occasion, they’re serving all coffee for a meager R7!

Finally a chance to see how many espressos my central nervous system can handle.

Rotisserie 360 Menu

If you haven’t been here yet its time you plucked up your appetite and headed over. Seriously good chicken accompanied by a colourful spread of mouthwatering salads like:

  • Indian carrot with ginger, mint and cumin dressing
  • Crunchy beetroot, apple, mint, feta and sunflower seeds
  • Cranberry coleslaw, carrot, cabbage, radish, almonds, homemade mayo

Great for street fare style lunches or grab a chicken and some salads for a picnic, or if you can’t face cooking. Full menu and details after the jump: Rotisserie 360

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~ by bowlphilosophy on July 26, 2010.

4 Responses to “Rotisserie 360 Turns On(c)e”

  1. Your “after the jump” link doesn’t work.

    Also, is this an advertorial? Way to sell out, internet blog!

  2. Link sorted, thanks for the heads up.

    I’m interested to know what other type of blog besides an ‘internet blog’ exists? You are aware that the word blog is a portmanteau of web log?

  3. Don’t be ridiculous. Everyone knows that the word blog is derived from the Quebecois phrase “le rob l’ogle”, which translated into English means “to examine the rubber”, the original “blogs” being catalogs dedicated to the rubber industry in French-speaking Manaus.

    And I will have you know that there are many types of blog. I myself have a blog that I keep on a piece of smoothed clay stone in my pocket and show to strangers on buses, smartass.

  4. Hilarious.

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