Make A Stop At Kota Joe For A Roadhouse Experience!

Gone are the days of the roadhouse. It’s definitely not something you see every day. But luckily not all of these foodie joints are extinct! If you’re hitting the road for a little trip around the city and need a bite to eat, then be sure not to miss the opportunity to enjoy a roadhouse experience at Kota Joe!

Whether you do know the custom of heading to a roadhouse or whether you don’t, read on…

The beauty of this foodie joint is the fact that you don’t need to leave the comfort of your car to place your order or eat. All you have to do is pull into the parking lot, check out what delights they have on their menus (either handed to you or on their boards), place your order with the waiters that come to your car, and voila!


From Roadhouse classics such as superdogs to pizza, wraps, and toasted sarmies, Kota Joe has it all, so be sure to arrive with a hearty appetite! The Kotas are definitely winners! You can take your pick from a number of different ‘stuffings’, including Chourico, Breakfast, Boerie, Curry, Rib, Shawarma, and plenty more. And, if you feel healthy, you can add a salad to your meal.

If there is one thing you need to experience at Kota Joe, it’s their amazing milkshakes. These things are massive, and you can get them in a variety of flavours. You can expect to see Ferrero & Oreo, Oreo & Peanut Butter, Horlicks & Fudge, Zoo Biscuit, Diddle Daddle, Toblerone, and of course all of the other classic flavours from vanilla to bubblegum.


You can find four branches around the city, including one in Pretoria. So, the next time you drive through Auckland Park, Gandi Square, Edenvale, or Boksburg, be sure to not miss out on this amazing treat and experience! Click here to find addresses for each branch.

By Kim Brown

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