5 new halaal restaurants to try in Johannesburg

With the amount of new restaurants and eateries popping up all over Mzansi, it’s a sure sign that Covid is on its way out. So get ready to try all the new hotspots trending in Jozi.

Bootlegger, The Zone Rosebank

Famous for its consistently great coffee and excellent food, Bootlegger Coffee Company in the Zone is now SANHA-certified and offers an extensive menu. Whether you’re craving an early morning coffee & breakfast (opening @ 06h30am) or a delicious lunch and Freezochino. Bootlegger staff are friendly and accommodating.
Find out more here.

Le Kreamery, Illovo

Le Kreamery have opened their 3rd store in Johannesburg at the Thrupps Centre in Illovo. The new space is gorgeous. Intimate and stylish with elegant finishes. As the new flagship store of the group it is even more stunning than the previous two. The menu remains their classic menu from the other 2 stores which includes beautiful entremets, decadent milkshakes and a fusion menu of Indian, Middle Eastern and South African dishes with a few new additions.
Find out more here.

Iris Garden Patisserie, Rosebank

This is the second Iris Garden patisserie to open in Johannesburg. Located at The Zone in Rosebank, this is a smaller, more casual store. This branch does not serve hot meals. The menu includes coffee, bubble tea, infused teas and drinks with an Asian slant. They are famous for their latte art, gorgeous crepe cakes and desserts.
Find their details here.

Saffron Persian Cuisine, Rivonia

An authentic Persian Cuisine Restaurant in Johannesburg. The Chef is originally from Iran and prepares, cooks and serves all the meals with passion, tradition and authenticity.
Find their details here.

Olivero Cafe, Greenside

A coffee shop, eatery & Shisha Lounge serving French breakfast and Mediterranean cuisine with a twist.
Find their details here.


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