5 restaurants in Johannesburg to indulge in this Heritage month

We all have our local spot where we love to indulge – whether a pizza fix or a local fish ‘n tjip shop. But with Heritage Day on the horizon we’re out to celebrate being South African, so we’re challenging you to go out and try a few new spots that satisfy that local is lekker craving and to honour our heritage you can get a 20% discount on these meals.


  1. When out to discover the flavours of Joburg, visiting Fordsburg should be top of your list. A mecca of little authentic Indian hole-in-the-walls, it promises an evening filled with discovery.


  1. Touching base with the Fourways Farmers Market is an effortless way to experience some of the Jozi’s finest cuisine. And with this fine Spring sunshine why say no.


  1. Situated in the Maropeng Visitor Centre with views of the Magaliesberg and Witwatersberg Mountains, Tumulus Restaurant is the perfect way to venture out of the city and indulge in a cultural feast (and delicious food).


  1. Why not sip on a Saffa’s favourite brew at the SAB World of Beer?


      5. The little known Satyagraha House, situated in the residential area of Orchards in JHB, was home to                               Mohandas Gandhi from 1908 – 1909. Expect exquisite cuisine steeped in tradition.

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