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    Default Re: Where do you have to stop for a "meal"

    Quote Originally Posted by RJDenil View Post
    Pretoria: Maders Butchery and Restaurant
    They have the best sausage roll I have ever eaten in my life.
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    Default Re: Where do you have to stop for a "meal"

    There is a place in De Doorns, Western Cape, called 'Die Familie Kombuis'. They sell excellent home made pies... and other nice stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Therackermann View Post
    Pies from Croydon Bakery
    That is an evil place. My PO Box is in Isando, just round the corner. I cannot pass that place when collecting my mail. Pint fresh and a sausage roll, oh my.

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    My mom stays in Belfast and I cannot pass the Fego at Ultra City Middelburg for a coffee. I travel that road a lot and have to stop there.

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    Default Re: Where do you have to stop for a "meal"

    Ou Meul bakery in Riviersonderend.

    The other outlets are just not the same.

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    Dont know if still there bu the blue crane on N2 coming from stilbaai to heidelberg. Their pies amazing. Have been a few years
    If we ever there have to stop
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    If I am in these areas for business:

    Holsteins Isando: Eisbein and Erdinger

    Herti Deli Boksburg: Pork Belly Roll. Or just about anything on the menu

    Norberts Butchery and Deli in Wilropark when buying meat: Strammer Max (Rye topped with bacon, 2 eggs and Elementaler cheese)


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    Nottingham Road: Bierfasl for Schweinshaxse or Tiroler Grostl (Sauteed potato, sausage and bacon cooked in beer and cheese)

    Dullies: Dullstroom Inn has to be the oxtail
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeek View Post
    Dont know if still there bu the blue crane on N2 coming from stilbaai to heidelberg. Their pies amazing. Have been a few years
    If we ever there have to stop
    And off course any boerewors roll stand anywhwere
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    Wag 'n Bietjie - next to the N4, Groot Marico.

    Road Side Deli & World Famous Pizza - top of Outeniqua Pass

    The first two that came to my mind.
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    If ever in Robertson, give Loretta's a go. For everything from pies to milk tarts. Real home made excellence!
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    And in Broederstroom for the best Eisbein, try Nikita's on Pelindaba road
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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    If I am in these areas for business:

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    Herti Deli Boksburg: Pork Belly Roll. Or just about anything on the menu

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    I have a customer around the corner, so very difficult not to stop there when I am visiting. My pièce de résistance is 2 frikadel's and 2 fresh rolls. Break the bread open and squash a frikadel in it with a schmear of German proper mustard and a few pickles on the side....

    Not to be tried while driving. Washed down with a beverage of your choice... or..
    Fleischkäse thick slice on a fresh roll with pickles and mustard. Very good meats also there. Pork chops were as tender and juicy as one can ask for.

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    The Cabin Farm Stall and restaurant just west of Clocolan on the R26. Amazing place; awesome variety and great food. Constantia Cherry Farm Stall and restaurant just east of Clocolan, R26. Great pies! Can't decide between it and The Cabin... Karoo Farm Stall in Hofmeyr; a must stop on your way to/from Mountain Zebra NP! The Wheelbarrow Farm Stall between Tzaneen and Magoebaskloof on the R71. Die Ou Kar Roadhouse in Bethulie. Pofadder farm shop, I can't even find it's name but lovely stop. Jasper House Museum and little restaurant in Oranjemund. Many more, just can't think of them now...
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    If ever travelling through Humansdorp, stop at Chameleon. Or the stretch between P.E and Jbay there's farmstall called country Roads..... Probably top 3 pizza's i've had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    They have the best sausage roll I have ever eaten in my life.
    that's true ... also don't know how it's not been burned down yet by Uncle Joe-lie-us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    If I am in these areas for business:

    Holsteins Isando: Eisbein and Erdinger

    Herti Deli Boksburg: Pork Belly Roll. Or just about anything on the menu

    Norberts Butchery and Deli in Wilropark when buying meat: Strammer Max (Rye topped with bacon, 2 eggs and Elementaler cheese)


    When Fishing:

    Nottingham Road: Bierfasl for Schweinshaxse or Tiroler Grostl (Sauteed potato, sausage and bacon cooked in beer and cheese)

    Dullies: Dullstroom Inn has to be the oxtail
    That is A MUST for anyone in the area for lunch. Or a Saturday breakfast. Was there ± a month ago again for the first time in more than a year ... oh how I missed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    If I am in these areas for business:

    Holsteins Isando: Eisbein and Erdinger

    Their Bernerwurst (bacon wrapped cheese griller with chilli mayo) was my staple for years.


    When Fishing:

    Nottingham Road: Bierfasl for Schweinshaxse or Tiroler Grostl (Sauteed potato, sausage and bacon cooked in beer and cheese)

    If you head up to Himeville, the Himeville Arms serves the best chicken curry imaginable.
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    1) Windmill in Fouriesburg, breakfast with pap, kaaings and moerkoffie

    2) You'll also never know what boerewors is until you got some from Ephraim Exley's Slaghuis, also in Fouriesburg

    3) Schwabe (I think??), in Edenvale, near that Makro there, German deli, same centre as that 4x4 Shop (Safari??)

    4) Mariana's in Stanford.......just go.

    5) Oom Pens se "Brandweer" Vetkoek hier in Bethlehem - hyt so pap gebakte eier wat jou ken vol geel eier vlek, so vat 'n lappie

    6) Die Spur in Kroonstad se chicken wings - sulke juicy, vet goed.

    7) My vrou se skaapkop - jy sien uit na daai gal aanval na die tyd, so lekker is dit

    8) Haar pampoenkoekies ook.

    9) Askies, maar weereens - haar Springboktongetjies ook

    10) En haar varkstertjies wat sy eers sag kook in brine voor jy dit vinnig crisp op die rooster.
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    It seems Pies feature prominently in this thread.
    There is no such thing as inclement weather, only poor selection of clothing.... or Vehicle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petri Oosthuizen View Post
    7) My vrou se skaapkop - jy sien uit na daai gal aanval na die tyd, so lekker is dit

    8) Haar pampoenkoekies ook.

    9) Askies, maar weereens - haar Springboktongetjies ook

    10) En haar varkstertjies wat sy eers sag kook in brine voor jy dit vinnig crisp op die rooster.
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