This steakhouse and pub has been around since the late ’60s and since its opening has been packed to the brim almost every day of the week – and the reason why is because they serve the best ribs in town, at a kilogram a pop. How about them apples? Head down to Northcliff and try it out for yourself.
In Parkhurst there’s a place that serves ribs so fine that they need to warn customers not to bite their own fingers off by mistake. Craft sports some of the stickiest ribs in town and they deserve your sampling. On top of that the eatery boasts a brilliant cocktail menu, but we know all you care about is the bone to meat ratio of your rack.
Stanley Beer Yard
Okay, so get this. How about this Friday you knock off an hour earlier, head to Millpark, order an IPA, order a rack of pork ribs and listen to one of South Africa’s most prominent music historians spin vinyl records all night long? Yup, don’t forget to thank us on Monday morning for suggesting one of the coolest outings ever.
According to Condé Nast Traveller, The Grillhouse serves some of the best steak on the continent – but what about their ribs? Well, there’s a very good reason why they’ve made our list of top ribs in Joburg. Yup, beef or pork, it doesn’t matter. It comes with a choice of chips or veggies, and you can choose if you’d want your ribs basted or spiced. Interesting.
Ferndale is known as the TV business district of South Africa but a little secret kept by those who work and live here is Alpine Restaurant. Some of the best ribs in Randburg can be ordered just down Bram Fischer Drive. Keep this in mind the next time you watch the sports at Paddy’s and feel like grabbing some sticky goodness. The main reason why the Alpine serves such amazing ribs is because the restaurant is part of a butchery as well.
The Smoke House And Grill
Baby back ribs, my bru. That’s what this joint in Braamies is all about. You can judge your ribs by how sticky it makes your fingers, and the The Smoke House And Grill scores lekker high in that regards. The next time you’re in town swing by – they’re on Juta Street anyway.