5 Reviews
Burgers, Light meals
Phone Number 0214222968 Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday 12noon till late

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Menu - Junior Menu - updated May 2018


R70 avg main meal
Burgers, Light meals
R70 avg main meal
Groups, Kids, Quick meals
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Dinner, Food, Lunch, Parking, Serves food

Owner's description

Junior arrives, next door to El Burro Taqueria in Kloof Nek Road. Owner Hugo Berolsky describes the food as 'fast food made well' and he is also behind Royale Eatery, Cape Town’s original gourmet burger spot. They’ve dreamt up a new concept: a gourmet takeaway spot, which serves up takeaway style burgers that are ingredient conscious.

While Royale fans may be used to having an immense choice of options, Junior will be much simpler. The menu will consist of just five burgers: a regular burger with lettuce, pickles, caramelized onion and junior sauce; a cheese version; double trouble, with two patties and two slices of cheese; a vegetarian burger and a fish burger.



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User reviews

5 Reviews
    The staff were slow, rude and keep messing up the order. After waiting 30 minutes they still had not managed to give us our order after giving it away to other people twice. They get so confused they need to open up the packages to see what burger is what. Then they all start fighting. Come on, there are only 4 options to choose from... and client name is on the slip. How do you get it so wrong?
    If you're looking for an upgrade on MacDonalds - try Junior. What sets this apart from other burger joints you may ask. The answer is simple; price, location, vibe - approach Junior more as an overall experience as to a must-have burger - and you will avoid disappointment. It's the type of drop-in choice after a day at the beach, or a quick bite before or after just about anything. Don't expect the best burger in town - things here are pretty simple : thin patties (opt for a double cheese burger!), MacDonald-style fries and ketch-up in red plastic squeezy bottles. And best of all, you can enjoy your burger with a craft beer, or milkshake - if that's your vibe.
    We went to Junior after looking online for the best burgers in cape town. I also read an article in the newspaper about them and decided to take a trip to town to check them out. Sigh. While the design is quite nice and minimalistic and the tables are cool...the burger and "house-made fries" was nothing to rant and rave about. The fries were not crispy and lacked flavour, the burger was well, nothing special. And spending almost 20bucks on fries is ridiculous. The lady taking the order lacked enthusiasm and some what arrogant. All in all, i would recommend this place if you're seeking a below mediocre burger and limp fries.
    Absolutely FAN-FLIPPING-TASTIC - people must drop this reference to 'gourmet'. If you looking for a burger that IS crammed with flavour (that isn't factory farmed death on a plastic bun, i.e McDonalds/Burger King and the rest of the rancid gang) - then you have yourself a famous winner that is Junior - a quick, easy and delicious burger joint. Simple. The place is genius. From the branding, through to the service and all-round experience. And the fact that you don't get the sugar-high (and subsequent nausea/come-down from usual fast-food rubbish makes your body feel that much-more on top of the world. High-5 Junior. Nailed it.
    If you’re looking for a fast-food that won’t fill you with a deep sense of regret, utterances of “why did I do that?” or a sad-face emoticon, then Junior is exactly what you’re craving. It’s, as they say, “Fast Food, Made Well.” The menu is simple – Shakes, Sides & Burgers. If you've ever wished for a McDonalds burger to be juicy and delicious, then Junior will help you realise you dream. I love the ambience and the take-out decor. The services was friendly and the food is in no way gourmet. So go for what it is, take-out that costs exactly what it should cost. There's a reason McD's is so dirt cheap, you can't compare the price points. R20 extra for a happy cow and a real potato chip is not too much to ask.

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