‘Hot’ Curry Spots Around The City

We all need a good curry to warm us up from the inside out. We predict that this winter might be a little chillier than last year’s, so we better be prepared with a list of curry hotspots in the city. We took the liberty of compiling the best of the best, just for you. Best of all, they all offer delivery during the lockdown!


Satkar Indian Cuisine

Situated on 4th Avenue in Melville, Satkar Indian Cuisine boasts a regular clientele which proves that the food is good. Do your taste buds a favour and swing by this restaurant on a Sunday and take advantage of the buffet on display. Tandoori Chicken for the win. Also, don’t forget to visit their site to find out about their currents specials. Wondering what’s on the menu? Click here to suss it out.

Details: satkarindianrestaurant.co.za info@satkar.co.za | 063 604 4208 | 83 4th Avenue, Melville, Johannesburg.

Enjoy your favorite Indian curry in the area, this winter. Deliveries/Take Aways only.

Posted by Satkar on Friday, June 19, 2020


From pleasant conversation with the restaurant’s owner to some of the best mutton curry and bunny chows in Randburg, Lugz at Canterbury Crossing in Ferndale flaunts its stuff in the kitchen. It’s also a popular lunchtime hot spot for those working in the area. This is definitely one of our favourite spots for samoosas, too! Call them now to place your order for collection or delivery.

Details: 084 206 4129 | Canterbury Crossing, 117 Bram Fischer Drive, Ferndale, Randburg, Johannesburg | Facebook

Posted by LUGZ INDIAN CUISINE on Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Thava Indian Restaurant

Thava is another one of our favourites, especially if we’re in the Norwood side of town on a chilly day. Their menu offers a wide variety of vegetarian, lamb, chicken and seafood dishes, along with classic and fragrant curries, biryanis, stews, spicy tandoori and masala dishes. The curries are amazing, and you’ll definitely want to mop up every last bit of sauce with their traditional breads or rice. Usually after a meal of spicy goodness, some sweet Indian temptations or a specialty coffee goes down nicely.

Details: info@thava.co.za | 011 728 2826 or 084 737 8776 | 44 The Avenue & Grove Road, The Gardens, Norwood, Johannesburg.

Thava Indian Restaurant Montecasino

Banjaara Indian Restaurant

There are a few branches throughout the city, so no matter where you are, you can get your hands (and taste buds) on some good curry this winter. Make your way to either the Lonehill, Boskruin, Bedfordview, Ruimsig, Randpark Ridge or Douglasdale restaurant and enjoy some moreish samoosas, bunny chows and roti rolls, Tandoori Chicken, biryanis, kormas, masala, vindaloo curries and so much more. You can get yours delivered through Mr D.

Details: www.banjaarajhb.co.za 


The Curry Place

Now over to Randpark Ridge. Another great spot to get some spicy, delicious and aromatic curries is The Curry Place. One of our favourite dishes from here is the Lamb Korma (mild) with some naan bread to soak up the rest of the sauce. Yum! All of their dishes are served with rice, in your choice of heat (mild, medium or hot) and of course, everything on the menu is Halaal.

Details: 065 8632712 or 011 794 3274 | Facebook | Shop 14, Randpark Ridge Centre, 93 Randpark Drive, Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg.

Our curries will keep you warm in this cold weather You can place your order via WhatsApp…

Posted by Curry Place on Friday, May 29, 2020

Chilli & Spice

This is where the spice is. Chilli & Spice in Craighall Park is worth a visit (but in this case, an online order). The food is good, the hot stuff is definitely HOT (then again, medium is also HOT for some of us) and the vibe is awesome. We’ve heard that this spot is in the lead for the best biryani in the city. And if you’re looking to eat in, they’re on Uber Eats!

Details: www.chilliandspice.co.za | info@redchillispice.co.za | 082 727 7798 | Willow Centre, 379 Jan Smuts Avenue, Craighall Park, Johannesburg.

In house delivery service now available.

Posted by Chilli & Spice on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

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