Wake up and smell the coffee at Joburg’s finest roasteries.
I work full time as a quantitative analyst, but spend all my free time (and money) either planning holidays or going on them. When I’m not doing that, you’ll find me exploring the sights and sounds of Jozi, most likely those that involve food. I blog about all my adventures at www.joziliciousblog.co.za.
Although everyone has their favourite among the popular local franchise takeaways, there are a few spots in Johannesburg that are not as well-known and offer just as good, if not better, takeaway fare.
Nothing is as fitting an accompaniment to a good book, or more comforting after a long day than a good cup of tea. If you’re looking for a tea fix in that’s a bit more exotic than Five Roses, here are five places in Johannesburg to get your tea fix.
For those with sugar cravings a supermarket doughnut just won’t satisfy, here are my top three patisseries in Johannebsurg.
South Africa’s craft beer trend began in Cape Town, but it’s hit Johannesburg too. Here’s where to get your craft beer fix in the City of Gold.
We Joburgers have two types of restaurants: the pavement type, and the piazza type. One overlooks cars, the other overlooks other people. However, Jozi’s hilly landscape means that there are a select few places where you can take in a breathtaking view while enjoying a meal or a beer.
While it seems most people in Johannesburg get their burger fix from franchises, there are still a handful of really great gourmet burger joints. These are my top three.
Instead of satisfying that pizza craving at a sub-standard takeaway joint, try one of these top five pizza spots in Joburg.
What better comfort food than pasta? It’s tasty, filling, and hearty. I’ve narrowed down the five restaurants in Joburg where you can pick up the best pasta the city has to offer.
Market on Main, at the Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg, is a great Sunday morning option for the whole family. Eat, shop or chill over drinks.