In the musical Grease, Sandy and Danny are held up as being so passionate that they just might spontaneously combust.
Compared to Glasgow’s love affair with Italian food, theirs was more of a damp squib.
Keep the fires burning with this Big Deal on a meal for two at the much loved Cafe Antipasti on Sauchiehall Street.
A huge hit with 5pm Dining customers, Cafe Antipasti opened in 1997 and has been dishing up tremendous Italian favourites ever since.
A hop skip and a jump from the King’s Theatre, it has long been in demand as a convenient spot for a pre-theatre dinner and it’s also handy for lunch during shopping expeditions.
Available seven days a week, from noon to 10pm, this offer makes it very easy to fit in a visit to Cafe Antipasti.
The deal is for two people to each have any pasta, pizza or risotto from the a la carte menu along with a glass of Prosecco, a glass of house wine or a soft drink.
Lots of choice
There are seven, stone-baked pizza to choose from as well as thirteen pasta dishes and two risottos: a wild mushroom risotto and a creamy risotto flavoured with chicken breast, cherry tomatoes and sage.
The only hard part of this offer will be making up your mind.
A Parma ham pizza topped with fresh rocket and Parmesan shavings or the lobster ravioli with seared king prawns in a Parmesan, white wine and cream sauce?
Happy Italian food lovers
One of the most popular restaurants on 5pm, Cafe Antipasti has a fantastic combined score of 4.3/5 from more than 2300 reviews.
This is what a recent diner had to say:
‘Brilliant evening with fantastic food. A brilliant selection, including yummy veggie options, for a fantastic price. The staff were great and exceeded all expectations!’ Rating 5/5
With vouchers valid until the end of February, this Big Deal with Cafe Antipasti would be a great way to enjoy a pre-theatre main course before catching the panto at the King’s Theatre.
You could also use it for a night out with friends – up to 10 people can dine at once and may suit a Christmas get-together as it’s valid through December – or simply as a tasty alternative to another lunchtime sandwich at the desk.
Sandy and Danny sang ‘You’re the One that I Want’.
This Big Deal with Cafe Antipasti is the one that Glasgow’s Italian lovers want so sing it loud and proud.