Pieces of beef have been known to battle it out in the boxing ring, with surrounding sausages betting on which cut will come away the most tender. Raise your steak with today's Groupon from Cafezique. Choose from the following options:• £28 for an Aberfoyle sirloin steak meal with a starter and a bottle of wine for two (Up to 60% off)
• £49 for an Aberfoyle sirloin steak meal with a starter and two bottles of wine for four (Up to 65% off)
With a culinary dedication to fresh produce and seasonal style, Cafezique strives for a funky cafe vibe two doors down from its deli sibling, Delizique. The pair boast modern and chic interiors as the cafe caters to belly rumbles throughout the day, with a famed all day breakfast smoothly transitioning to an evening menu with daily alterations. A meagre stroll from Kelvinhall SPT subway station, the shining eatery has plenty of space for brunchers and munchers, serving up fresh cakes, pastries, scones and fresh bread for a feast of locally sourced goodies whenever possible, in a food focussed relaxation station.
Ravenous pairs or pairs of pair can look forward to their meat treat while choosing a starting dish from the ‘wee things’ menu. Opening morsels from the ever-changing menu can include the hearty Cafezique vegetable broth with truffle oil (£4.50), or the Shetland mussels with chorizo and tomato (£5.95). The headline act of Aberfoyle butcher sirloin steak (£19) comes accompanied with a choice of potatoes from sautéed, mash or chips, as well as mushrooms and tomatoes, all drizzled in a choice of peppercorn or garlic butter (£2.50). Guests can whet their whistle with a bottle of wine to share between two, making for a well-rounded evening of grub and tipples.
The evening menu changes constantly but I have eaten at Cafezique a few times and have never been disappointed. They use mostly organic ingredients and I am a complete carnivore however I am often tempted into having one of the delicious and unusual veggie options they offer because they just sound so yummy!
– Lisa G, Yelp, Apr 2010
I liked the layout of this place, the huge panel windows allow a lot of light in, and it's quite rustic inside. With the downstairs having more of a bar layout than the tables upstairs it looks like it can make the easy transition come nightfall of becoming a hip restaurant and bar.
– Marj C, Yelp, Mar 2010