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    Sunday lunch at the hotel in Britstown. Wow!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    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.
    Madeira Bar is still brilliant
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    Another little gem here in the Eastern Cape is the Pig and Whistle in Bathurst between Grahamstown and Port Alfred,fantastic Sunday roast lunch for about R90!!

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    1 - Riviersonderend se bakery langs die Shell fulstasie - beste beste pastye in SA (Ou Meul as ek reg onthou)
    2 - Maders slaghuis in Pretoria Noord - Beste rooiworsies is SA
    3 - Grabouw Slaghuis - Absolute beste gerookte viennas in die hele wereld
    4 - Kimberley soos jy uitry Hopetown toe net langs die Toyota garage is n baie klein biltong winkel - Ek se NIKS verder nie
    5 - Vleislapa slaghuis in Pietersburg - Enige vleis wat jy daar koop!
    6 - Ontbyt by Wonderboom lughawe se restaurant
    7 - Vis & chips / Calamari & chips by Fishermans Warf in Houtbaai is sekerlik die beste in die wereld.
    8 - Restaurant in Saldanha se hawe se drom vol mossels met botter/pietersielie sous is wereld klas.
    9 - Visfabrieke in Britannia baai se gerookte vis/bokkoms/snoek ens is uit die boeke uit
    10 - Hillside Tavern in Pretoria - jy kan enige iets daar eet en uitstap met n gevoel dat jy iets bereik het in die lewe
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    Saggy Stone Pub, between Worcester and Robertson. Well worth the visit. Amazing Jalapeno Bombs and Biltong bombs.

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    Updated
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    Updated
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    Afternoon Guys...………….latest version with additions attached...…………..keep 'em coming, as well as any updates on establishments on the list.....e.g......some may have closed down or moved.
    Wow, you did a great job there! Thank you.

    Here are a few suggestions , personally tested, some of them many times!

    1) Henties cafe, Henties bay. The one with the benches outside, I don't know if it's still called that. Best cappucinos and cakes!

    2) Tauren in Springbok, great steaks and meats...and service!

    3) Knysna, Thesen Island, Ile du pain. Breakfast and bakery

    4) Ancora d'ouro, Mozambique Island. If you want a break from seafood, this is THE place to 'recarb' (pizzas, pastas etc)



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    My contribution:

    1) Johnsons Beach Bar Inhassoro: Chicken!
    2) Sakura Durban: Sushi
    3) The Thirsty Whale Amanzimtoti: Hake & Calamari Combo
    4) Umdoni Park Golf Club Pennington: Sunday lunch!
    5) Visvlek Huis Laaiplek: Seafood Platter

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    Thanks guys.... will update and post

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    Thanks Markus for compiling the lists.

    Johannesburg, Norwood - The Schwarma Company - Tasty chicken and beef in schwarma / lafa
    Johannesburg, Braamfontein - Fatimas - Rotis, bunnies, curries, steak special and, for the really hungry, the double-deluxe burger
    Ohrigstad - the biltong shop behind the filling station - good beef biltong
    Mozambique, Inhambane, outside Tofo - The Green Turtle - THE most fantastic seafood dining experience
    Mozambique, Tofo - Bronco's Pizza - Excellent pizza and the garlic prawns hotrock is to die for

    The food in Tofo is delicious! A different, awesome peri-peri sauce at each establishment.
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    Afternoon Guys...………….latest version with additions attached...…………..keep 'em coming, as well as any updates on establishments on the list.....e.g......some may have closed down or moved. More than 30 new additions!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brannas View Post
    It is Amazing!!!!

    If you like that type of cuisine, also check out Seeman's Deli in Strijdompark and Schwaben Butchery in Meadowdale.
    Both of the above are nice.

    I prefer Siggy's Wurst Stubbe in Bekker street in Midrand. He has a trailer behind his bakkie and has been in business for more than 15 years.

    His Frikkadel on Thursdays and Pulled Eisbein on Fridays are a real lunchtime highlights.

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    Spizzy Pizza in Ladybrand. IMO the best pizzas.
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    Potluck Boskombuis on the Panorama Route south of Bourke's Luck. Beautiful spot and really good bush cooking.

    The Boeremark every Saturday in Langenhoven Park in Bloem between 08:00 and 12:00. Look for the quiche tannie in the northeastern section; the best quiches I've ever had and at R13 each (the size of a pie) an absolute bargain. Examples: biltong, feta and Piquantι Peppers (auto-corrected to as the entered term is trademark protected). Bobote style. Bacon, feta and preserved fig. Then your more traditional bacon and egg, ham and egg, mince and potato, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwgg View Post
    Sunday lunch at the hotel in Britstown. Wow!!!
    I agree 200%. Spending a night there is also wonderful especially in winter as a huge fire is made in the lounge fireplace and the evening meal is even better than lunch .


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    Thanks Gents.... will post on Monday

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    The PicklePot Cafe on the R612 near Boston, KZN

    great food, good portions, decent pricing, also a farm stall specialising in pickles and sauces

    https://www.facebook.com/PicklepotCafe/



    The Pig & Plough in Winterton gets another vote, it it a firm favourite when travelling in that area.

    http://amblesidefarm.co.za/pig-and-plough/
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    The Silver Orange Bistro on the R513 in Hartbeespoort dam area, just after the 4way stop behind the dam

    just be aware, they run restaurant hours, so they have specific serving times etc and i would recommend you make a booking, but it's a really nice place with great food.

    https://www.silverorangebistro.co.za/
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    Sugar & Cinnamon Restaurant on the R712 between Clarens & Golden Gate


    Toasted sarmies on large plaasbrood with proper fillings, pretty much all the food was good, visited there in a group of 9, everything we had was great, was a hot summers day, Jugs of cold fresh water were brought to the table and kept filled.

    Not, just be aware that it can get busy there in tourist season and service can then be rustic, don't go there if you are in a rush.

    stunning views, also a nice curio shop

    https://www.facebook.com/Sugar-and-C...9905118574052/
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