What You'll Get
South Africa is famous not only for being the southernmost part of Africa, but also for being the only place on earth where fish and chicken can coexist. Savor South Africa’s unique culinary opportunities with today’s Groupon to Fishook Grille in Roswell. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of South African–inspired fare and drinks for a group of two or more.
- For $25, you get $60 worth of South African–inspired fare and drinks for a group of four or more.
Fishook Grille blends fresh, healthy South African–inspired fare with its own singular spices and sauces, presenting a menu that channels the flavors found in the Cape village whence comes its name—Fish Hoek. Tending grills in an open-kitchen arrangement, the chefs flaunt their frying expertise by taming feral flames and cooking up chargrilled mahi-mahi ($9.79) and salmon ($9.99), each topped with the diner’s choice of edible ornaments such as pineapple salsa or sautéed piri piri mushrooms. The grilled vegetable platter ($8.99), perfect for famished plantavores, lays asparagus, red bell peppers, and zucchini strips across a bed of seasoned rice, and boneless chicken breast ($8.49) arrives flanked by rice and a side such as sautéed spinach. Fishook’s casual, friendly atmosphere, which features art and décor indicative of South African culture, makes it easy for small chewing collectives to bond over lunch or dinner while discussing the health benefits of fish or arguing about which came first, the whole chicken ($13.99) or the wings ($6.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at Roswell location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fishook Grille
The simple description of Fishook Grille’s cuisine is “South African,” but since the country's culinary influences come from around the globe, that term doesn’t quite capture the diverse flavors that spring from each dish. The spices are Portuguese, the cooking techniques are Bangladeshi, and the entrees themselves—tilapia, salmon—are reflections of the coastal country’s prominent fishing industry. The eatery also features an abundance of health-conscious dishes, including entrees that are grilled instead of being fried in oil or injected with cream filling. The restaurant’s two locations pay homage to South Africa in other ways, too; artwork from the country lines their walls, and their moniker derives from the small fishing village of Fish Hoek.