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Beaconsfield Av

Beaconsfield Av

Germiston

1416

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18688

28.166188

375 Uittogln

Uittogln

Brakpan

1546

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.34461

28.360983

Liebendal

Vredendal

8160

Western Cape

Suid Afrika

-31.651404

18.521298

4Ln

4Ln

Wolseley

6830

Wes Kaap

South Africa

2 Cabanestr

Cabanestr

Kempton Park

1631

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0614

28.2227

Stand 1813 Zone 1

Namakgale

1391

Limpopo

South Africa

-23.937182

31.029471

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20 Long St

Long St

Knysna

6570

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.03352

23.049

37 Khoza St

Khoza St

Pretoria

0006

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.76297

28.08593

95 Sabelo Rd

Junction M35

Sabelo Rd

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

Waaihoek Rd

Waaihoek Rd

Athlone

7764

Western Cape

South Africa

Midseawg

Midseawg

Elsiesrivier

7480

Western Cape

South Africa

Zinnia Rd

Zinnia Rd

Athlone

7764

Western Cape

South Africa

1974 Cenyu Location

Stutterheim

4930

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.580219

27.401201

1 Callaway St

Callaway St

Umtata

5099

Oos Kaap

South Africa

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Amanda Glen

7550

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.8547

18.6576

1026B Tembalihle St

Tembalihle St

Emdeni

1861

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.246704

27.831633

Newcastle St

Newcastle St

Bedford

5780

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.680545

26.087167

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Randfontein

1766

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Find restaurants in Johannesburg


We’ve all been there. Locked in a head to head battle that begins with the age-old question: “Where should we eat?”. Before you know it, you’ve run through every restaurant within a 5km radius and finally give up, settling for the same old burger joint you always go to. 


Well, it stops here. 


When it comes to dining out (or eating in), Johannesburg has a whole variety of local restaurants just waiting to be explored – if only you knew where to look. From Italian to Mexican, Chinese to Greek. From local-is-lekker to exotic feast. There’s no shortage of culinary delights available right in your backyard. So, there’s no excuse for settling for yet another night of second-rate take out. Challenge yourself to try something new – you don’t have to go far to find it. 


Luckily, Yellow Pages is here to introduce you to some of the top restaurants Johannesburg has to offer.


Still stumped for choice? Here are a few smart tips to make your search easier.


  • Check out the menu: Can’t see yourself going for any of the menu options on offer? You’re probably better off giving it a skip. 
  • Read the reviews: Get a more or less accurate idea about a restaurant by hearing out what other people have to say about the food, service or vibe.
  • Consider timing: If it’s payday or a special holiday, think about how busy the restaurant will be and if you’ll need to make a reservation.


Like that restaurant? Leave a review and help other searchers in Johannesburg like yourself.

Find restaurants in Johannesburg


We’ve all been there. Locked in a head to head battle that begins with the age-old question: “Where should we eat?”. Before you know it, you’ve run through every restaurant within a 5km radius and finally give up, settling for the same old burger joint you always go to. 


Well, it stops here. 


When it comes to dining out (or eating in), Johannesburg has a whole variety of local restaurants just waiting to be explored – if only you knew where to look. From Italian to Mexican, Chinese to Greek. From local-is-lekker to exotic feast. There’s no shortage of culinary delights available right in your backyard. So, there’s no excuse for settling for yet another night of second-rate take out. Challenge yourself to try something new – you don’t have to go far to find it. 


Luckily, Yellow Pages is here to introduce you to some of the top restaurants Johannesburg has to offer.


Still stumped for choice? Here are a few smart tips to make your search easier.


  • Check out the menu: Can’t see yourself going for any of the menu options on offer? You’re probably better off giving it a skip. 
  • Read the reviews: Get a more or less accurate idea about a restaurant by hearing out what other people have to say about the food, service or vibe.
  • Consider timing: If it’s payday or a special holiday, think about how busy the restaurant will be and if you’ll need to make a reservation.


Like that restaurant? Leave a review and help other searchers in Johannesburg like yourself.

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