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Diana de Beer
In a town where burger is king, this is the first one that took the burger premise and built a mini empire around exactly that – and s cored high marks while ticking all the boxes.
There are a few other options but why would you not have a burger at something called Burger Bistro? From their beginnings, they have been clear about their goals. It had to be the best burger, fresh ingredients, homemade patties, hand cut chips and a selection of burgers to keep you guessing and coming back for more. From the standard burger, it moves to Karate kid (topped with black peppercorn sauce), dirty Harry (garlic sauce of course), Hiroshima (smothered in Mushroom sauce) and the new kid on the block is the Kamikaze which is described as the country’s hottest burger. It’s topped with Carolina Reaper chilli sauce and there is some other stuff included but they claim you won’t taste it. Would you dare? Either way, they can boast about their burgers and their franchise is running as swift as the wind, which speaks volumes in a world where everyone is serving burgers. But this is their core business and it shows. It is good even if burgers aren’t your food of choice. Everyone needs to have a burger occasionally. One of their strengths is a good wine list but they’re also good with beer and recently introduced a fresh cocktail menu. Also check out their amazing milkshakes with flavours like peanut butter, candyfloss, crème brûlée, gingerbread or toffee nut. Nothing more to say, the choice is obvious.
They know their stuff and have you smiling throughout.
Burgers is the name of the game with all the memorabilia, music and the hottest colour – red - dominating the design which is classic burger chic.
Best for…They have a specific mission and they’ve never veered off course. If you want an elaborate, quality burger, look no further with franchises all over town from Hazlewood to Clubview and Montana, Kempton Park and Little Falls in Joburg, the most recent addition, with George in the Cape, in their sights.
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