Fourways Farmer’s Market
Recently the Fourways Farmer’s Market signed a two year lease with their landlords and will be bringing some of the best in craft food to the masses. From DIY cocktails with home made gin to the best veggie burgers in town, it’s all here.
Address: 1 Montecasino Blvd & William Nicol Dr, Sandton, 2191
Braamfontein hosts one of the best foodie markets in town. From home cured meats to speciality cheeses it’s all under one roof. Go grab a craft beer and a panini and watch the sun set from the market’s roof top.
Address: 73 Juta St, Johannesburg, 2000
Market on Main
In Maboneng, the Market on Main has become known for its art and food on offer. If you want to sink your teeth into some North African food then head to Arts on Main and have a bite or three. The vibe is cool and offers an authentic city experience.
Address: 264 Fox St, Johannesburg, 2000
The Yeoville Food Market
What used to be an inner city cinema is now the oldest running food market in the country. The Yeoville Food Market is a smorgasbord of African cuisine with Congolese food on top of the menu. Fresh fruit and veg from West African can be purchased at borderline cheap prices, so be sure to rock up with a handful of cash and an ample amount of boot space.
Address: Rockey Street, Yeoville, Johannesburg, 2000
Jozi Real Food Market
In Parkhurst there’s a market completely devoted to food, glorious food. From pork pies to classic British short bread it’s all here. Home made and organic, that’s what food should be all about. Dig in.
Address: 25 Braeside Rd, Johannesburg, 2193
By Shawn Greyling
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