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

    When travelling thro certain towns its a must to stop for:

    Namibia - Solitaire - Moose's apple pie

    Namibia - Luderitz - there is a coffee shop that sells the most divine black forest cake

    Botswana - Kasane - Indian restaurant - best butter chicken curry

    Namibia - Shakawe - jam donuts

    SA - Van Zyls rus hotel - lamb tail

    SA - Kgalagadi Lodge - Mexican steak - a mean rump served with chilli and a tot of tequilla

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    Between Port Elizabeth and East London (N10/R72): Nanaga farm Stall for roosterkoek or their home made pies.

    Between Cradock and Cookhouse (N10): Daggaboer Farm Stall for anything!

    Bedford (R63): Duke of Bedford Hotel
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    Only in SA

    Between Groblershoop and Upington: Kalbas padstal, homemade pies.

    Upington: @5 pun and grill, great steaks

    Port Nolloth: Anita's Tavern

    Pretoria: Maders Butchery and Restaurant

    Johannesburg: Holstein meats (Kempton Park)
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    Keep you eye out for farmer markets and make an effort to stop - normally outside the church - here the Tannies make the best Koeksisters and vetkoek

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    Machadodorp, Millys for Trout Pies.

    Potchefstroom, Insleep Cafe for Cheese Buns.


    Hluhluwe, Allans butchery for biltong

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    Naboomspruit/Mookgopong: Waltkon for the best “geelvet biltong” in Limpopo. And yes in view biltong counts as a “meal”


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    Houhoek farmstall for a pie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RJDenil View Post

    Johannesburg: Holstein meats (Kempton Park)
    Their bernerwurst roll with chili mayo. Epic.
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    Namibia - Luderitz - there is a coffee shop that sells the most divine black forest cake
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    Namibia - Apple Pie

    My wife says that the apple pie at Solitaire is pretty good, but for the peak of perfection you must go to the Helmeringshausen Hotel.

    For both places, it is essential that you bring your own container of fresh cream in the bakkie fridge!

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    Helmeringshausen Hotel = agree with you there - forgot about so many of these places - feel like a road trip coming on

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    The Boabab, between Mkhuze and Hluhluwe. Everything on the bar lunch menu is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    The Boabab, between Mkhuze and Hluhluwe. Everything on the bar lunch menu is great.
    That's good to know, thanks.

    I have often driven past and thought, "naw, probably not good".
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4eTouareg View Post
    Between Port Elizabeth and East London (N10/R72): Nanaga farm Stall for roosterkoek or their home made pies.

    Between Cradock and Cookhouse (N10): Daggaboer Farm Stall for anything!

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    Ou Meul Bakkery in Riviersonderend.

    Some of the best pies I have ever had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LandyAndy View Post
    Their bernerwurst roll with chili mayo. Epic.
    It is Amazing!!!!

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

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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 regular haunts when I lived in Jhb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LandyAndy View Post
    Both regular haunts when I lived in Jhb.
    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.

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    The seafood special at the Kraalkop Hotel near Fochville.

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