7 Cape Town restaurants that offer hot burger deals

Here are some good priced burger options for Capetonians craving a bargain burger fix:

- Cafe Mojito

Long Street’s Cuban-inspired restaurant Cafe Mojito offers two burgers for R79 every Wednesday until 11pm.

- Cape Town Fish Market

Get a portion of fish and chips (200g) or any burger (served with chips and onion rings) for only R50. The special is available all day on Mondays at seafood joint Cape Town Fish Market.

- Woodstock Grill & Tap

Speciality steakhouse Woodstock Grill & Tap offers a R160 Monday special that comes with two burgers and draught beers of your choice.

- The Odyssey Gastropub

Foodie joint and Bree Street bar The Odyssey Gastropub offers a special on two prime (premium beef, chicken or vegetarian patties) burgers for only R100 on Mondays.

- The Village Idiot

Get two pulled pork burgers and a jug of premium lager for R 130 on Tuesday's at hipster hangout spot The Village Idiot on Loop Street.

- Slug & Lettuce

The Slug & Lettuce in Century City offers half price burger specials every Wednesday and the one in Long Street has a daily deal on two burgers for R85.

- Mike's Kitchen

Local family restaurant chain Mike's Kitchen in Milnerton runs a deal on two burgers for the price of one (R69.90) on Mondays.

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P.S. These offers are subject to end without notice, so be sure to make contact in advance.

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