SAB World of Beer
Take a 1½-hour tour jaunt through the history of beer at this jovial museum. Taste traditional sorghum beer in a mock African village,...
It was in this three-storey building that, in the 1950s, Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo set up South Africa's first black-owned law...
An icon of the city's rebirth, this massive power station was refurbished in 2007 and now houses the impressive new headquarters of...
Superb coffee is served at this always-bustling joint west of Gandhi Sq. Some say this is the best cup of joe in town. There's also an...
City Perk Café
Good luck at securing a seat at this super-popular cafe that makes splendid breakfasts, sandwiches, wraps, grills and salads, as well as...
Don’t let the grubby stairwell put you off – this is a Jo’burg institution, with authentic Indian food and eccentric decor that’s been attracting luminaries for years (Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo used to eat here in the 1950s). It is positively unpretentious and one of the few places in town where you’ll see young lions, black and white, drinking with hep cats, and grizzly city stalwarts groaning about how it’s all gone to the dogs.