South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
South Africa based on 2 Reviews 4.5
- Cape Malay
- 40 - 60 people
City Bowl Burgers restaurant
Enjoy one of the world's most classic dishes - with a twist. An experience at Gourmet Burger on the bustling Shortmarket Street in Cape Town is a must.
The small but cosy restaurant boasts funky décor and the interior and vibe is modern and vibrant, reflecting perhaps the remnants of the classic American-style diner.
The menu offers a selection of over 30 different burgers and there really is something for everyone. Diners can choose chicken, beef, lamb, veg, prawn or calamari to top the lightly toasted rolls. A must-try is the vegetarian Field Mushroom Burger topped with rocket, red pepper, avo and feta. Other favourites include the chicken, camembert and cranberry sauce burger and the lamb with herb mustard and blue cheese aioli. Wash it down with a Lindt chocolate shake - you'd be hard-pressed to be more indulgent. The restaurant is licensed and you can select delicious Paul Cluver wines to complement your meal.
The food is original, the atmosphere bustling and the prices reasonable.
Gardens Burgers restaurant
This unique, characterful spot screams burgers, bikes, and beer. The interior is complemented by an old-fashioned jukebox, making you feel as if you've stepped into another era entirely.
Try the infamous 1 kg burger, or one of the delicious vegetarian meals should you not be feeling carnivorous. Saints has no less than six beer brews on tap.
Only 100 pure beef patties are served and the staff grind the meat themselves. The meat is accompanied by only the freshest ingredients and the restaurant does not skimp on quality or quantity.
Bring the rocker in you to this pumping spot in the vibrant Kloof Street, and rediscover a world of bikers, beer, giant burgers and ye olde rock and roll.
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