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The weekend is finally here, Cape Town. After another long and hard week of work, who still feels like cooking tonight?

Leigh-Ann Londt is a fan of gatsbys around the Mother City and has shared a few of the best places to get a finger-licking good foot-long sandwich.

Aneesa’s

What’s better than a #Gatsby to end off a long week? 😎

Order yours now for collection or delivery at www.aneesas.co.za 📲

Posted by Aneesa’s Foods Wynberg on Saturday, 25 August 2018 

Aneesa’s has many takeaway locations and is a well known fast-food restaurant. My favourite gatsby here is a polony and vienna gatsby. Salad or no salad, it is always filled with chips and spice of your choice.

Mariam’s Kitchen

Posted by Mariams Kitchen on Monday, 22 June 2020 

Mariam’s is another restaurant that is very popular around the Cape with more than one location situated. Try one of Mariam’s boerewors, curry or a steak gatsbys. Once you are done eating, I assure you, all you would want is a nap.

Cosy Corner

Posted by Cosy Corner CPT on Sunday, 25 October 2020 

One of Cape Town’s first Halaal eateries, try one of their full house, masala or chargrilled rump steak gatsbys. You will not be disappointed!

Golden Dish

So out of all the unusual request these ones take the cake

Posted by Golden Dish on Wednesday, 24 May 2017 

Go and experience a russian or burger patty gatsby at Golden Dish, where many people sometimes park off in the parking lot to enjoy their divine foot-long sandwich.

Cape to Curry

Posted by Cape to Curry on Saturday, 20 February 2021 

Cape to Curry, one of the restaurants that offer many things for diverse palates. Try one of their grilled cajun chicken, masala steak and egg, bulletproof featuring mutton curry or a spicy chicken curry gatsbys.

Picture: Facebook/TheGatsbySociety

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