Experience The Cuban Inspired Flavour With The Royale

Travel to Cuba and find a gem inspired by the Latin culture at The Royale in Craighall Park. This is an experience for your bucket list.


Johannesburg has some of the best restaurants, cafes and venues in the country. However, the best restaurant is one that takes us on a journey. One such spot is The Royale.


The Royale is a Cuban inspired restaurant that is taking Johannesburg on a journey of the true Latino culture.

Situated in Craighall, The Royale sits on one of the most well-known street in the city, Jan Smuts Avenue. What looks like an undersell comes to life at night and brings joy to many.

The Latin cuisine is all about flavour, colour and character. So if you are a person who loves to explore and try something new, this is the place to do it.

Here, you will enjoy texture, unexpected combinations and variety.

The Royale


The Royale has a wide variety on their flavourful menu. There is also room to mix and match, to find your own combinations.

The restaurant also has a range of beverages to enjoy, think tequila, tropical cocktails and much more.

The Royale

Their collection of beverages are a mixture of favourites and exclusives, introducing your palate to something new. You can also enjoy a cigar and smokey drink.

Don’t be afraid to try something new, you may be surprised by what you find.

The Royale


The Royale has a minimalist exterior, think simple plum walls with LED signage. But as soon as you walk into the restaurant, you will be wowed.

The restaurant will take you on a tropical Cuban trip, from the decor to the furniture. The essence of the Latin flavour shines through, bringing the full character of this culture.

This lovely restaurant is definitely a gem worth visiting.

The Ambience

The ambience at the restaurant is electric and full of energy. It breathes life into the surrounding areas.

The Royale

Have you visited The Royale before? Tell us about your experience in the comments section below!

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