Like aliens and fairies, burgers are notoriously difficult to photograph, because they can take many different forms and are known to wear a variety of sauces, but also because they’re never around long enough. Indulge in the elusive, edible masterpiece and save up to 60% on a burger meal for up to four people at Cedar Junction.
- Pay R90 for two people, valued at R180
- Pay R144 for four people, valued at R360
- Pay R15 for a kiddies meal, valued at R30
The inventive chefs at Cedar Junction have outdone themselves with their selection of burgers, which are delicious behemoths crafted from fresh beef and bedecked with delicious toppings. Nestled cosily between two halves of a bun, beef patties comingle with toppings under a flavourful storm of sauce and no matter which burger you choose, your taste buds will thank you. With three different burgers to choose from, standard cheese or mushroom burger, there’s a taste to tantalise even the most jaded of taste buds. To ensure your chompers are kept snacking on all sides of the food-pyramid, your meat-centric meal comes accompanied by a salad, and for those stray hunger pangs that avoid the barrage of beef careening into ravenous bellies, a battalion of fries too.
Once the behemoth burger and fries has been battled and consumed, tuck in to summer’s favourite dessert – ice-cream with chocolate sauce. Top it off with coffee, a cappuccino or juice and you have a meal that will set even the heartiest of hungers aquiver.
Set in the fresh and open air of Zwavelpoort, Pretoria East, Cedar Junction is the ideal location for the whole family. While adults feast on the belly-filling burgers, kids can take train trips around the lake and enjoy a scenic seven-minute ride. There are also various bike trails for family riding escapades and boat rides on the lake makes for perfect family bonding time where no one can escape.Kitchen Fact: Documents discovered in a ruin of an ancient Babylonian monument shows records of the قدر which they have translated to mean “saucepan”. Unlike modern saucepans, the قدر was a pan made of dried herbs which was melted down to create sauce.