The Best Burger Joints

If we had it our way, every day would be International Burger Day, however you can still enjoy the best burgers whenever you want at these burger joints around the country.


Ed’s Diner - The original retro diner in Moreleta Park, Pretoria serves up gourmet burgers in an electric atmosphere while old school music plays in the background. 

DK Burger - If you fancy your burgers with a pint of craft beer then this restaurant situated in Waterkloof Golf Estate is a must!


Wolfpack - Try the Big Bad Wolf on for size: a cheddar stuffed gourmet beef patty, wasabi onion rings, jalapenos, pineapple, pancetta, fresh tomato and garlic aioli with crispy lettuce.  And this is just one burger on offer at this renowned Randburg restaurant.

The Counter - The emphasis here is on the patties which are thick and juicy (200g) so they offer toppings that are quite simple, allowing the flavour of the patty to shine through. These burgers are usually only available at the different Jozi markets - so you will have to work a bit for your burger.

Cape Town

The Royale - You can consider this eatery the grandfather of all the burger joints in Cape Town, serving up delicious burgers and the thickest of milkshakes. You can find this iconic Cape Town restaurant on the trendy Long Street.

Hudsons - Probably the most well-known burger joint in Cape Town. The selection is huge and their sides are delicious, and with three venues to choose from you will be assured to get your burger fix.


Longhorn Grill - Technically a steakhouse this Bloemfontein restaurant serves the best meat dinners you will can find.


Billy The Bum’s - Home of Durban’s best burger! From the Chunk Dog to Bum’s best, each burger is a flame grilled handmade wonder! 

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