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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    Used to frequent both when we lived in Jhb as well......Cesco’s in Strijdom Park on Thursday’s when the owner used to hand make the espetada’s.

    Now that we live in Durban I have made it my life’s mission to find the ultimate bunny chow, and the best curries.
    Clearly my life has taken me to similar places to yours. The Kraalkop was a regular on my trips to the mines, Cescos was well known, and having grown up up in Durban, I’m still searching for a decent bunny, two scoops no bones, in PE.
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    Now that we live in Durban I have made it my life’s mission to find the ultimate bunny chow, and the best curries.[/QUOTE]

    KNK in the small craft harbour in Richards Bay. Tell you what, next time you are in the area I will stick you for a dik chow as the locals call it.

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    Fish and chips at Spillars Wharf in Port Shepstone

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    Venison Pies from Aloes near Colenso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    KNK in the small craft harbour in Richards Bay. Tell you what, next time you are in the area I will stick you for a dik chow as the locals call it.
    I’ve had one of their legendary bunnies, but will graciously accept your offer Riaan.

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    Toasted steak special from Akalwayas in Fordsburg.

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    couple of places that have a special place in our memories :

    - "Padlangs" outside Baviaans. I believe it has changed since last we were there, still a special place for us.


    - VERA's - little "restaurant" in the Baviaans. DEVINE rooster koeke !!!!!

    - Bettas in Namibia .... really enjoyed our first stop there. Had a NICE chat to other travelers, got some nice tips, and immediately changed our route to head out to the Castle ... On the way back from our trip we planned to stop at Bettas for breakfast - got there to find out there generator had broken .... they could not pump diesel, so we got to Helmeringhouzen on fumes .... nor did they water. We gave them about 40 liter of water from our camper. We also had to provide the eggs for our bacon and egg breakfast And still we love this little fork in the road !

    - Wimpy .... yes, I actually enjoy a light Wimpy lunch when on the road. small omlette or similar. I hate a "heavy" meal when I am driving .... As much as I enjoy the long road and seeing new places, there is just something "familiar" when having a snack at the Wimpy.



    nee kyk, nou maak julle my LUS om te ry .... darem nie meer lank nie ... Saterdag oggend ...

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    Dunno how good it is anymore, but the Porra chow at Parrarinha and Madeira Bar in the South of Jhb was always legendary.....as were the Prego’s at the Electron Beerhall.

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    Heidelberg op die N2. Kaffee op die linker kant. Vetkoeke so groot soos 'n Lexus V8. Verskillende vulsels.

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    Artisan breads from Nello,s in Southbroom

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    Pizza’s from Tower of Pizza near Oliviershoek.....and pulled pork pies at Pig and Plough near Winterton



    I could go on all night....it comes from almost 40 years of being on the road for business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Stoffel View Post
    Heidelberg op die N2. Kaffee op die linker kant. Vetkoeke so groot soos 'n Lexus V8. Verskillende vulsels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LandyAndy View Post
    Clearly my life has taken me to similar places to yours. The Kraalkop was a regular on my trips to the mines, Cescos was well known, and having grown up up in Durban, I’m still searching for a decent bunny, two scoops no bones, in PE.
    Good luck with that....you should be able to find a good Gatsby there though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Stoffel View Post
    Heidelberg op die N2. Kaffee op die linker kant. Vetkoeke so groot soos 'n Lexus V8. Verskillende vulsels.
    As dit so groot soos 33" muds is ry ek NOU soontoe. Die tannie by die kersmark om die draai waar die Blond was laas naweek maak Chevy vetkoeke, vyf en baie liter plus goed.

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    There is a sosatie stand at the Bielie Mielie Fees agricultural show in Reitz that makes the best curried mutton sosaties in the known universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    As dit so groot soos 33" muds is ry ek NOU soontoe. Die tannie by die kersmark om die draai waar die Blond was laas naweek maak Chevy vetkoeke, vyf en baie liter plus goed.
    Ek koop die bacon vetkoek. Daai stukke bacon is so groot soos a Wrangler se deur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZuluCowboy View Post
    Houhoek farmstall for a pie.
    "Wagon Wheel Pies and Coffee Shop" in Cathcart - lamb&mint, Bacon&cheese, Pepper steak etc

    After you've eaten at least two pies right there to 'sample', you can buy some frozen ones to take home for further 'inspection'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    Venison Pies from Aloes near Colenso
    Their roasted pork pies are good as well!!! As is the venison spekwors!!! Nice and juicy!!
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    Pies from Croydon Bakery

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    Lamb pies in Hofmeyer. We did a u turn 20km away to go back and get more.

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