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The best burger joints in SA

Do you seek out your favourite by judging their brioche buns? Or are you more of a patty purist? The Eat Out Savanna Best Burger Eatery will be announced later this year – and it’s down to you to vote for your favourite burger joint by rating and reviewing them. To make your choice a little easier, here are some ideas. Click on the restaurant names to review your favourites now.

A juicy burger and potato chips at Hudsons. Photo by Claire Gunn Photography.

A juicy burger and potato chips at Hudsons. Photo by Claire Gunn Photography.

Joburg

Dukes Burgers (Greenside)

One of the original gourmet joints to hit Johannesburg way back when, Dukes has a reputation for offering monster (as in really big) burgers. Prefer the quirkier side of life? Then the Thelma and Louise is for you. A generous beef patty sits pretty between two buns, and tomato relish, fig reduction, blue cheese, fresh pears and cucumber ribbons seal the deal. The restaurant doesn’t look like your typical burger joint – there’s a sophisticated look and feel to it all. The little courtyard is perfect for those warm Jozi spring evenings. If you have a sweet tooth, opt for a slice of pie for dessert.

A burger at Duke's Burgers. Photo supplied.

A burger at Duke’s Burgers. Photo supplied.

Burgerack (Camaroview)

Burgerack refers to their gourmet creations as “craft burgers”. They’re pretty passionate about all things between two buns but it could also be because of their love for craft beer. Either way, it’s a formula that seems to be working pretty well. Burgers are cooked on an open flame, ensuring that charred flavour infuses the rump patty. Opt for the The Mexican (R49), consisting of a burger patty, red onions, dill pickle, guacamole, jalapeños and a tomato relish, or build your own. The selection of waffles ends things off nicely with flavours like Oreo, Whispers and Bar-One on offer.

BGR (Rosebank)

For many, BGR is the ultimate American-style burger. The store has recently relocated to new premises, but the burgers remain as delicious as always. The menu is small, with what is essentially two choices: a cheeseburger (R60) or double cheeseburger (R80) and hamburger (R55) or double hamburger (R70). Want added toppings? They’re all free; think grilled mushrooms, grilled onions, pickles and jalapeños. The fries are crispy and golden, everything you want a fried potato to be.

burger combo in a box prepared and served at BGR

A combo box at BGR. Photo supplied.

The Wolfpack (Parkhurst)

Since opening their first store a few years back in Parkhurst (they now have a Sandton store too), The Wolfpack has dominated the gourmet burger game. A funky, hip interior space sports a graffiti-style mural of Little Red Riding Hood watching over diners. Make sure you arrive hungry because the Chilli Cheese Fries with cheddar, mayo, chili and mince is a must as a starter (R66) – best to share, and ask for extra napkins. Follow this up with The Big Bad Wolf (R103): a gourmet burger patty stuffed with cheddar cheese, finished in a pan with tomato stock, and topped with lettuce, wasabi onion rings, jalapeño, pineapple, pancetta, tomato and garlic aioli. A mouthful.

RocoMamas (Fourways)

RocoMamas has quickly built themselves into the ultimate burger chain. Smash burgers are what they do and love but chicken wings also hold a special place in their burger heart. The stores are decked out in their signature colour – orange. Orange backsplashes in the open plan kitchen make for a vibey interior. Start with chicken wings in Buffalo, Peri Peri, Old Skool BBQ or MOFO sauce. Prepare to get dirty. On the burger side, we can recommend the Chilli Cheez Bomb (R64), which features 150g smashed beef, bacon, a cheez bomb (made with aged cheddar and mozzarella), fresh chili and chili mayo.

Hudsons (Parkhurst)

Hudsons may have started their gourmet journey in Cape Town but Joburgers have become fiercely protective over their Parkhurst branch. The trendy interiors fit the Parkhurst scene and the Hudsons sliders are a must. The East Village Selection (R69) consists of three miniature burgers: The Cheese, The Wiseguy and The Shroom – the perfect combination of cheese and mushroom fest. Dessert has put them on the Instagram map: they serve deep-fried Oreos with ice cream.

sliders prepared and served at Hudsons

Hudsons burger selection. Photo by Claire Gunn Photography.

Pretoria

Burgers@Main

Pretoria’s latest pop-up burger bar, Burgers@Main, is a pop-up event that happens every Thursday night at 452 Main Street, Waterkloof. They serve a mouth-watering, fresh, homemade burger topped with crisp herb salad, tomato, pickled cucumbers, cheese, and caramelised onion, topped with a retro monkey gland sauce between freshly baked hamburger buns. In keeping with recent trends, they also serve a no-carb burger between tempura brinjal and porcini mushrooms.

Burger Bistro (Hazelwood)

Burger Bistro’s existence is based on making the most of the humble burger, and they’ve built a following of die-hard fans on this ethos. Their burgers are made with 200g flame-grilled beef patties, which can be cooked to your preference. All the burgers – and at last count there were more than 25 – are served on sesame buns with lettuce, tomato and their own, house-made Bistro Mayo. The Bruce Lee is served with a chilli sauce, The Wild Thing is topped with fried halloumi, raspberry sauce and rocket; the Naas Botha has both biltong and biltong sauce; the Sugarman has blue cheese, cocktail tomato jam and fresh basil, and Mr Miyagi fresh mushrooms, rocket and wasabi mayonnaise. Our favourite? The Elvis with peanut butter sauce and bacon.

A monster burger and shake at Burger Bistro. Photo: supplied.

A monster burger and shake at Burger Bistro. Photo: supplied.

Capital Craft (Menlo Park)

Another burgeoning brand, this trendy hangout for young and old serves a nice selection of burgers with potato chips and onion rings. They also pride themselves on making everything fresh, meaning that a 45 minute consideration is requested over peak times. Their Blue Marrow Burger comes with bone marrow and a blue cheese compound butter; the Big Daddy Stuffed Burger has a special large patty with bacon, jalapeños, white and yellow cheddar and sundried tomatoes worked into the ground meat, before it’s basted in barbecue sauce and served with a cheese-and-beer-jalapeño sauce. The Big Smoke burger is topped with a juicy patty that is smoked in-house, and is further enhanced by smoked mozzarella and tomato relish. They also serve a falafel burger called a Cheeky-pea Bun.

A burger onion rings and chips at Capital Craft. Photo supplied.

A burger onion rings and chips at Capital Craft. Photo supplied.

DK Burger (Waterkloof Ridge)

In order to qualify for the ‘gourmet’ epithet, the guys at De Kloof believe that everything should be made from scratch. They bake fresh bread daily and the aioli, ketchup, chutneys and sauces going on their burgers are all made on site – and beef patties can be ordered from a particular cut of beef, creating what they like to call ‘single origin beef burgers’. The soft shin burger is a perfect introduction for the uninitiated. Those who like a more pronounced beefy taste should try the brisket burger, while those who like something more subtle could try the fillet burger. If you are in the mood to splurge on something exotic then the Wagyu burger will blow you away, and if you are keen on something rich, meaty and utterly rewarding, try the braised beef cheek burger. They also serve salmon, lamb, chicken breast or thigh, chickpea, pulled pork and kudu burgers.

Hudsons (Hazelwood)

This popular burger spot serves its glorious patties from lunch until late and is a great place to linger with friends while sipping on a craft beer or colourful cocktail. Tuck into a rich Rockafella burger with eight-hour roasted pulled pork, cheddar cheese and a fried egg, the Player with streaky bacon, feta and avo, or the Boom Boom burger topped with fresh chilli, tomato relish, cream cheese, biltong shavings and battered jalapeño rings.

Hudsons The Burger Joint in Stellenbosch

A burger at Hudsons The Burger Joint. Photo supplied.

RocoMamas (Irene)

This vibey diner-style restaurant is famous for its affordable and zany ‘smashburgers’. Build your own or try the bacon, cheese and guac smashburger with aged cheddar and smoky mayo, or the mushroom swizz with delicious sautéed mushrooms and emmenthal cheese. For the extra-hungry, there’s the Chilli Cheez Bomb that’s topped off with bacon, a cheese bomb, aged cheddar, mozzarella, fresh chilli and chilli mayo (R64).

Durban

Pop-up Society (Glenwood)

While their crazy shakes might have brought them Instagram fame, this eatery is also known for their gourmet burgers. All burgers are served with fries, and mushroom sauce, mature cheddar or avo can be added for an additional R12. Try the Feather Duster, with a rosemary-infused ostrich patty, basil, fried onion, mushroom sauce and an Asian slaw for (R79). There’s also the gut-busting Mighty Micky: double-stacked beef or ostrich patties, topped off with mushroom sauce, biltong shavings, back bacon, an egg and fried onion for R89.

Republik (Durban North)

This popular Durban North spot is bringing gourmet casual dining to the sunny city’s foodie scene. Republik offers free-range burgers that are all made with 100% grass-fed, free-to-roam, and hormone- and routine-antibiotic-free beef. Try a build-your-own option or the signature Republik 4.0 with 180g free-range beef patty, topped with camembert cheese, deep-fried parma ham, fig and rosemary sauce with a side of shoestring fries.

The Republik Burger (edition 2) at Republik. Photo supplied.

The Republik Burger (edition 2) at Republik. Photo supplied.

RocoMamas (Durban North, Umhlanga Rocks, Westville)

This vibey diner-style restaurant is famous for its affordable and zany ‘smashburgers’. Build your own or try the bacon, cheese and guac smashburger with aged cheddar and smoky mayo, or the mushroom swizz with delicious sautéed mushrooms and emmental cheese. For the extra-hungry, there’s the Chilli Cheez Bomb that’s topped off with bacon, a cheese bomb, aged cheddar, mozzarella, fresh chilli and chilli mayo (R64).

S43 (Morningside)

Set in trendy Station Drive, this Durban brewery offers a relaxed, stylish backdrop for craft beer and burgers. Chow down on the venison burger with beer and maple-glazed bacon, braised onions and mature cheddar (R95), the Durban burger with spiced pineapple, bacon, mature cheddar and an Island style dressing, or the Umami burger with gorgonzola, port reduction, grilled pears and umami sprinkles (R85).

A bacon-topped burger at S43. Photo supplied.

A bacon-topped burger at S43. Photo supplied.

Smokin’ Joes (Musgrave)

This funky burger joint has an ever-changing menu. Opt for a classic like the Royale with cheese (R50) or go for the somewhat OTT Knockout. The brioche bun comes with two patties, double cheese, smoked brisket, secret sauce, roasted tomatoes and caramelised onions (R80).

Surf Riders Food Shack (Addington Beach)

The glorious beach sets the scene for an amazing array of gourmet burgers made using free-range, hormone-free and grass-fed beef. Options start with a basic version (R59) and move on to Bacon and Cheese (R69); the Habanero (R79), topped with guacamole, pineapple salsa and a spicy sauce; and the Camemburger (R79) that combines melted cheese with balsamic jam and berry relish. The vegetarian Shroom burger (R55) has a large brown mushroom as a patty substitute and is just as meaty as the rest. The fries, smothered in an addictive cheese sauce, are finger-licking good.

A burger at Surf Riders. Photo supplied.

A burger at Surf Riders. Photo supplied.

Union Square (Durban North)

Situated on Adelaide Tambo Drive, this burger joint serves 100% pure beef patties that are smashed then sizzled on the grill. There are 20 toppings from which to choose, with options such as the French Connection with blue cheese dressing, caramelised onions and rocket; and the lamb burger with rocket, feta and chilli mayo.

Unity (Morningside)

Unity has an impressive burger selection, best washed down with one of their own craft beers. Sink your teeth into a standard beef burger with tomato, pickles, lettuce and mayo. Or take it to the next level with bacon, avo and feta or blue cheese, onion marmalade and rocket. There’s also the Mexican burger for those looking for a little heat. This is topped with cheddar, guacamole, sour cream, jalapeños and tomato salsa.

Unity Brasserie and Bar. Photo supplied.

Unity Brasserie and Bar. Photo supplied.

VB’s (Virginia Beach)

VB’s is a super-casual outlet on Virginia Beach, where burgers in various gourmet guises are prepared in a caravan and devoured at tables in the sand. Their burgers are composed of 100% beef patties and served on lightly toasted Portuguese buns with a fresh salad and crispy fries. Options include the classic cheeseburger with cheddar and mozzarella, the sloppy Joe burger, or the Mozambican burger with a spicy rub and homemade peri-peri sauce.

Cape Town

Banks Burgers (Newlands)

This stylish new burger bar offers stylish fast food minus the bad stuff. Customers can choose from three different burger sizes: single, double, and triple for the extra-hungry. House-ground beef patties are propped up on homemade buns with all the trimmings, including homemade ketchup, cheese and a Banks Burger secret sauce. Avoiding gluten? They have you covered with a bunless option. There’s also a falafel burger for vegetarians.

Another burger option. Photo supplied.

A burger option at Banks. Photo supplied.

Burger & Lobster (City Bowl)

The glorious burger at this new lobster haunt is all made on site – the brioche buns, the cheese (a mild white cheddar and an American-style cheddar), the patties ground from fillet steak. It’s a large, meaty creation, featuring maple bacon, and nicely cooked to medium rare as ordered. It’s served with a portion of golden fries and a delicious side salad.

The burger option at Burger & Lobster Cape Town. Photo supplied.

The burger option at Burger & Lobster Cape Town. Photo supplied.

Clarke’s (City Bowl)

While Clarke’s menu has expanded beyond its burger offerings in recent years, this American-style diner rose to fame for its glorious burgers – and they still sell out fast. Their burgers are served in buttery brioche buns, made fresh daily. The patties are cooked pink and juicy with a blend of grass-fed cuts, before being topped with Underberger cheese. There’s also a zucchini and beet burger for the veggies. Burger extras include avo, crispy bacon and even house-made kimchi.

The famous burger at Clarke's on Bree Street. Photo supplied.

The famous burger at Clarke’s on Bree Street. Photo supplied.

Craft Burger Bar (Sea Point)

While very basic décor-wise, this burger bar hums with locals thanks to their build-your-own-burger option. For only R59, you can enjoy a burger with your choice of patty, cheese and a choice of up to four toppings. The cheese options include Fairview blue, Danish feta, cheddar, mozzarella or camembert, while toppings may include lettuce, tomato, red onion, olive tapenade, gherkin, chillies, grilled pineapple, or sautéed onions. A selection of sauces (the barbecue sauce is insanely good) and premium toppings or a side of chips, vegetables, deep-fried yams, fried onion rings or salad are available at an extra R18.

Craft Burger Bar. Photo supplied.

Craft Burger Bar. Photo supplied.

The Dog’s Bollocks (City Bowl)

This laid-back spot in what was once a garage is known for serving hefty burgers in some tasty combinations. Toppings include caramelised onions and cheddar, jalapeño and nacho cheese sauce, Italian meatball sauce, Prego sauce, blue cheese, garlic and black pepper, or even the sweet and spicy chilli chocolate option.

Easy Tiger (City Bowl, Kalk Bay, Kenilworth, Muizenburg)

This burger hatch offers easy-to-love burgers made with flame-grilled patties, darkly glossy brioche buns and melty yellow cheese. Order the big cheese burger with secret sauce and three-cheese sauce, or the magic mushroom burger with a glorious truffle-infused mushroom sauce. If you want to go all out, the triple bypass burger is topped with cheese, bacon, truffle sauce and secret sauce. All the burgers can be served with chicken patties if you’d prefer to forgo the red meat, and there’s also the vegetarian Tree Hugger burger with aubergine and truffle-infused mushroom sauce.

Easy Tiger on Bree Street

The burgers at Easy Tiger on Bree Street.

Engruna Eatery (Sea Point)

This neighbourhood gem serves up burgers and craft beer. The fresh-to-order burgers feature a 180g or 200g patty and are served pink and juicy with homemade potato or sweet potato chips. Choose from options like the jalapeño burger with chilli relish, mature Underberg cheese and biltong shavings; the chorizo burger with grilled chorizo sausage, emmenthal and a homemade relish, or the lamb burger with tzatziki, hummus salsa, feta and a grilled onion and mint basting.

A burger and chips at Engruna. Photo supplied.

A burger and chips at Engruna. Photo supplied.

Franky’s Diner (Sea Point)

Waitresses wearing poodle skirts serve up breakfasts, burgers and double-thick shakes at this authentic 1950s style diner. Tuck into some of their hefty retro burgers at any hour of the day (perfect for those late-night munchies) with favourites like the sloppy Joe burger with BBQ sauce or the infamous Chubby Burger, which consists of six beef patties, bacon, cheese, jalapeños, fries, onion rings and coleslaw (R250).

Gibson’s (V&A Waterfront)

The burger selection here is extensive: there’s a build-your-own section, a gourmet section and the menu dubbed the Rolls Royce of burgers. The Royal Burger has double patties and two kinds of cheese, while the Sunday Blues Brunch Burger is served with four toppings, including cheddar cheese, fried egg, bacon and barbecue sauce. There’s also the Governor’s De-luxe Burger. This hefty beauty is served with lashings of smoky barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, bacon, guacamole, and sweet mustard.

A double cheese whopper from Gibson's. Photo supplied.

A double cheese whopper from Gibson’s. Photo supplied.

Hudsons (Claremont, Gardens, Green Point)

This popular burger spot serves its glorious patties from lunch until late and is a great place to linger with friends while sipping on a craft beer or colourful cocktail. Tuck into a rich Rockafella burger with eight-hour roasted pulled pork, cheddar cheese and a fried egg, the Player with streaky bacon, feta and avo, or the Boom Boom burger topped with fresh chilli, tomato relish, cream cheese, biltong shavings and battered jalapeño rings.

Inside & You’re Out (City Bowl)

The reigning Best Burger Eatery in the Western Cape, this vibey Bree Street spot is known for their grass-fed beef patties stuffed with cheese. The lengthy menu boasts favourites like the Whiskey Braai-BQ stuffed with smoked cheddar and topped with bacon, avo and their famous braai sauce; the Dew Truffles stuffed with cheddar and topped with a creamy mushroom and truffle sauce; and the glorious Kimcheezy, stuffed with cheddar and topped with slow-roasted pork belly, homemade kimchi, pickled apple purée and sriracha mayo.

The whisky Braai-BQ burger at IYO. Photo supplied.

The whisky Braai-BQ burger at IYO. Photo supplied.

Jerry’s Burger Bar (Blouberg, Gardens, Observatory, Sea Point and Willowbridge)

This popular burger haunt is known for cheekily named buns and juicy bites. The popular, irreverently named Sweet Baby Cheeses comprises a juicy beef patty topped with slices of cheddar, Swiss cheese and a spicy cheese sauce, along with the standard pickle, slice of tomato, red onion rings and shredded lettuce. Meanwhile the Seven Deadly Sins burger patties are stuffed with all manner of things.

One of the mouthwatering burgers on offer at Jerry's Burger Bar. Photo supplied.

One of the mouthwatering burgers on offer at Jerry’s Burger Bar. Photo supplied.

Junior (Tamboerskloof)

The soft, takeaway-style burgers at this stylish fast-casual joint are simple but tasty and. unlike those at most takeaway spots, they’re preservative-free. Try a double burger, with two patties and two slices of melting cheese, pickle, tomato, onion, lettuce and the in-house tomato sauce. Order a side of cheesy fries and to finish off, an Oreo doughnut.

Mondiall Burger Bar (V&A Waterfront)

This burger hatch, quietly nestled on the opposite side of the main restaurant, is a perfect pit stop for hungry shoppers or tourists. The patties are made with 100% pure Angus beef and are served on a perfectly golden bun. There’s a classic cheese burger with cheddar cheese and all the trimmings; a double trouble burger with two patties and double cheese, and a changing burger of the week. These include exciting toppings like creamy spinach, Asian basting, chilli beans, potato crisps, and even atchar.

A wagyu beef cheese burger at Mondiall. Photo supplied.

A wagyu beef cheese burger at Mondiall. Photo supplied.

Ragafellows (Hout Bay)

Laid out over a series of rooms, this rambling restaurant is a little reminiscent of grandma’s house. Foodwise, expect innovative burgers that are definitely the star of the show. Exciting favourites include the Mortimer burger with a beef patty, red wine beef short rib, blue cheese crumb and onions, the Thaddeus with beef patty, mushroom ragu, mozzarella and a truffle dressing, or the Bertram with a beef patty, chorizo-pulled pork, basil pesto and tomato. For a bigger appetite, sink your teeth into the JJ de Villiers with double beef patties, potato rosti, onion rings, sliced pork belly, fried egg and barbecue sauce. All burgers are served with smashed new potatoes or a side salad.

A burger at Hout Bay's Ragafellows. Photo supplied.

A burger at Hout Bay’s Ragafellows. Photo supplied.

Redemption Burgers (Woodstock)

Situated in the hip suburb of Woodstock is this burger joint that’s well known for their craft burgers and good coffee. All their burgers are crafted with crispy onion rings and served with fresh chips. The Straight Ace is their house favourite. This beauty is comprised of a 200g real beef patty that sits pretty on a bed of crisp lettuce and is topped off with organic cheddar, homemade tomato relish, gherkins and a sweet mustard mayo. There’s also a breakfast burger for those wanting to get their meaty fix first thing in the morning.

The Straight Ace at Redemption Burgers in Woodstock. Photo courtesy of Jan Ras.

The Straight Ace at Redemption Burgers in Woodstock. Photo courtesy of Jan Ras.

RocoMamas (Durbanville and Green Point)

Burger lovers are spoilt for choice at this vibey diner-style restaurant, which is known for its smashburgers. Build your own or order the bacon, cheese and guac smashburger with aged cheddar and smoky mayo, or try the mushroom swizz with delicious sautéed mushrooms and emmenthal cheese. For the extra-hungry, there’s the Chilli Cheez Bomb that’s topped off with bacon, a cheese bomb, aged cheddar, mozzarella, fresh chilli and chilli mayo (R64).

Royale Eatery (City Bowl)

Long Street’s famous burger joint has been going since 2003, and the burgers are still fabulous. There are more than 50 options in every incarnation, from beef, chicken, lamb and fish, to pork, ostrich and vegetarian. Also on offer: excellent sweet potato fries and magnificent milkshakes in every flavour, from avocado and mint to Nuttikrust.

Burgers at Royale Eatery. Photo supplied.

Burgers at Royale Eatery. Photo supplied.

Saints Burger Joint (Blouberg)

This Big Bay favourite is all about the burger buns. Choose from brioche, sesame kaiser, ciabatta or potato and rye before building your burger. The patty options include beef, free-range chicken, pork and chorizo, lamb or portobello mushroom. From there, you can add on everything from smoked mozzarella to Puglia Cheese, ripe camembert, labneh and cumin spread; crispy bacon, grilled pineapple and any sauce you’d like for R12. If the task of creating your own is too daunting, choose from one of the signature burgers and add a side of crispy onion rings.

Woodies (V&A Waterfront)

Situated at at the V&A Food market, Woodies offers juicy, fresh Halaal burgers to hungry shoppers. Choose from one of the originals like the Saffa burger with peppadews, chutney and cheese; the Avo with avocado, mozzarella, cheddar and all the trimmings, or the Tropicana with chargrilled pineapple. For a challenge, go for the monstrous Triple Stack with three 100g beef patties and toppings, or the Colossus with four patties or two chicken fillets.

Winelands

Café Racer (Somerset West)

This biker-themed spot in Somerset West offers all-day breakfasts, hot dogs and gourmet slider burgers. The dedicated slider menu has nine options, all served on kitka rolls with fries and tempura broccoli. Try the Davida with a smoked pork patty, béarnaise sauce, grape preserve and dijon mustard, the Fat Freckles with beef brisket patty, jalapeño, back bacon, hummus, fried egg and gouda, or the intriguing Ghostbusters Goo with a lamb patty, mustard, scorched marshmallow, toasted cumin and chilli.

A burger at Café Racer. Photo supplied.

A burger at Café Racer. Photo supplied.

Fred and Max (Elgin and Somerset West)

A relaxed spot to chill out with friends. The burger menu features the crunch burger with a juicy beef patty, deep-fried slices of potato, mature cheddar and barbecue sauce; the slow-roasted pulled pork burger with homemade plum and chilli sauce, or the Young and Brave burger with a nacho-encrusted chicken fillet patty topped with tangy mayo, mature cheddar and mango and peppadew salsa. All burgers are served with deep-fried onion rings and sweet potato wedges.

Hudsons (Stellenbosch)

This popular burger spot serves its glorious patties from lunch until late and is a great place to linger with friends while sipping on a craft beer or colourful cocktail. Tuck into a rich Rockafella burger with eight-hour roasted pulled pork, cheddar cheese and a fried egg; the Player with streaky bacon, feta and avo, or the Boom Boom burger topped with fresh chilli, tomato relish, cream cheese, biltong shavings and battered jalapeño rings.

Lightly dusted onion rings at Hudson's. Photo supplied.

Lightly dusted onion rings at Hudson’s. Photo supplied.

RocoMamas (Somerset West and Stellenbosch)

Burger-lovers are spoilt for choice at this vibey diner-style restaurant, which is known for its smashburgers. Build your own or order the bacon, cheese and guac smashburger with aged cheddar and smoky mayo, or try the mushroom swizz with delicious sautéed mushrooms and emmenthal cheese. For the extra-hungry, there’s the Chilli Cheez Bomb that’s topped off with bacon, a cheese bomb, aged cheddar, mozzarella, fresh chilli and chilli mayo (R64).

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