Neighbourgoods Market

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Being the latest addition to the food market scene, Neighbourgoods Market is a great way to spend your Saturday. You can check out some fresh seasonal fruit and veggies from the Free State and stock up your meat supply with meat from the Braeside Butchery in Parkhurst. And, if that wasn’t enough, you can also enjoy the beautiful views over the city from their upper level outdoor terrace. Don’t forget the delicious food stalls, which offer an array of amazing treats from authentic Paella to Belgian waffles and everything in between.

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  1. Hi there !

    Today was my first time at Neighbourgoods! What an experience. The food was incredibly tasty and the people extremely friendly and carefree. Unfortunately, a massive fight broke out amongst the trashy, rich kids and security guards. I do believe that more security guards would have solved the entire problem. These people were trouble- makers from the word; “go”. Security had warned them numerous times to stop acting the way they did and I have no idea why they weren’t removed earlier! Security were outnumbered. Anyway, I’m not here to complain – just here to offer the pictures I caught on my phone of these ignorant animals Incase information is needed. I hope something will be done about this.

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If you are looking for great food, fresh produce and culinary delights, why not take a drive to Braamfontein and visit the Neighbourgoods Market, that takes place every Saturday from 09h00 to 15h00.

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Christophe C Says:

Really nice indeed. Any type of food you may want, plus quality artwork. Artisanal beer and organic wine, chill out music. Clearly a symbol of gentrificarion, but also one of the rare place where...

Ritesh_Boochia Says:

I never get bored going to that market. Varieties of food available. Food from different cultures. Parking available on the side of the roads. Give the car guard some tips (R10 to 20) to watch your...

zahnb2016 Says:

The inside is much better than the outside which looks and feels a tad grey. Once inside head for the many places to eat and drink. I had a coconut with vodka Zar 65 which was different and delishh...

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