Wimpy - Umbilo
Description Life is full of making choices. What to wear today, what car to drive, or which movie to see. But one decision should be truly simple to make. And that's where to eat. With over 40 years of making the country's most delicious meals, Wimpy is the obvious choice. But that's where the simplicity ends. Once you open up a Wimpy menu you are met with a massive selection of meal options. From burgers and seafood, wraps, breakfast to grills and toasted sandwiches to sweets and incredible coffees, the list of choices is almost endless. You could decide by using ching chong cha, or eenie meenie mynee mo or you could even toss a coin. However you decide, one thing is for sure; it's going to be a delicious meal that you'll want to come back for again and again. You're spoilt for choice at Wimpy because there's something for everyone, anytime of the day. Wimpy, enjoy every moment. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 29° 52' 57.36" -29° 52.956' Longitude
E 30° 59' 0.96" 30° 59.016' QR Codes
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Address Queensmead Mall Hiller Road Umbilo Durban KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Phone No. 031 205 5674 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 31 205 5674 Fax No. No fax number available More Information Local Weather Map
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