Restaurants near Randburg
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
North Riding South African restaurant
North Riding(5 km from Randburg)
This proudly South African restaurant is a favourite among families and serves up hearty meals at affordable prices.
Dros has an extensive menu and dishes include cheesy pizzas, succulent steaks, certain speciality meals like lamb shank and eisbein, and much more. Kids are well catered for with their own menu and an amazing play area fitted with jumping castles, games, playstations and kiddies tables and chairs. Birthday parties can also be catered for.
Dros is fully licensed and offers a wide variety of beverages including the best South African wines and beers. The dessert menu mustn’t be overlooked and is the ideal way to end off your meal.
Here you will experience true South African hospitality and awesome food.
Muldersdrift International restaurant
Muldersdrift(5.5 km from Randburg)
Set on 21 acres of farmland in a beautifully-restored farmhouse is a wonderfully rustic restaurant.
Antique chairs, tables and candle holders form part of the ‘old world’ style decor as well as an abundance of flower displays throughout.
The dining area is comprised of three linked dining rooms where you may select from a full a la carte menu plus daily specials to excite. The portions are very generous and the prices reasonable.
Fairland Italian restaurant
Fairland(5.5 km from Randburg)
Col’Cacchio pizzeria offers the finest Italian-inspired pizzas, salads, and pastas in town. The menu boasts more than thirty legendary gourmet pizza options to suit every palette, including those with food allergies or a restricted diet. A variety of top-notch wines are also available.
Col’Cacchio prides itself in offering high quality food in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Every meal is made with the freshest ingredients and a strong commitment to a healthy dining experience. The kids can also be entertained by creating their own shapes out of dough and designing pizza ‘bases’ on brown paper.