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Where will you find the best burger in South Africa? Here’s the top 25…

South Africa has the best of everything including burgers so here is a list of the top 25 burgers available across the country.

South Africa has the best of everything including burgers so here is a list of the top 25 burgers available across the country.

 

South Africa – Big 7 Travel is back with another helpful list about South Africa. This time they have listed the top 25 places to get a good burger in South Africa.

The travel content site has confirmed that many international tourists are now looking towards South Africa as a top travel destination. This is because there are so many phenomenal places to visit within our country.

A hamburger, beefburger or burger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bread roll or bun. The patty may be pan-fried, grilled, or flame broiled. Hamburgers are often served with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, bacon, or chiles; condiments such as ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, relish, or “special sauce”; and are frequently placed on sesame seed buns.

The hamburger is a globally enjoyed meal and everyone has their favourite kind from the classic cheeseburger to the newer gourmet style burgers with unique flavour combinations.

Big 7 Travel used public participation along with some highly qualified foodies to come up with the list of 25.

“With travellers starting to think about hitting up South Africa for their holidays over the coming months, global travel site, ​Big 7 Travel,​ has put together the list of the ultimate burgers so that you’re never stuck for a cheat meal fix again.”

Cape Town’s Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room came in at No.1. The Top 10 also features burgers from local favourites in Durban and Port Elizabeth.

Check out the full list below (that we’re calling more of a to-do list):

25th. Craft – Johannesburg

24th. BGR – Johannesburg

23rd. Blos Café – Pretoria

22nd. S43 – Durban

21st. Royale Eatery – Cape Town

20th. Sanook Cafe – East London

19th. The Big Mouth Grill – Johannesburg

18th. Brooklyn Brothers- Johannesburg

17th. Gibsons – Cape Town

16th. D’Urban Burger CO – Durban

15th. The Great Burger Company – Johannesburg

14th. Burger And Lobster – Cape Town

13th. Burger Bistro – Pretoria

12th. Dukes Burgers – Cape Town

11th. Ribs & Burgers Menlyn Maine – Pretoria

10th. Republik – Durban

9th. The Dog’s Bollocks at YARD – Cape Town

8th. Frederick And Son – Port Elizabeth

7th. Hudson’s The Burger Joint – Cape Town

6th. De Vrije Burger – Stellenbosch

5th. Jerry’s Burger Bar – Cape Town

4th. Smokin’ Joes – Durban

3rd. Capital Craft Beer Academy – Centurion

2nd. RocoMamas – Stoneridge Centre, Johannesburg

1st. Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room – Cape Town

So which of these places have you had a hamburger at? Or have you just added a few to your list? Let us know in the comment section.


Sources: Big 7 Travel Supplied
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