This tiny 'hole in the wall' eatery on a busy road, reminds me for some reason of similar German eateries offering a small range of great produce...save the sausage at Durban Dish is Boerewors, that Prince of farmers' sausage made with beef and pork seasoned with coriander, sometimes cloves and nutmeg, in a gut casing.
DD is run by a mother and daughter and run consistently. The basics are done well and flim-flam is avoided. Don't expect fine dining. Do expect honest, simple, tasty ethnic food made with simple ingredients and prepared as if at home. Parking is best made over the road in the small off-street carpark behind the strip shops. A pedestrian crossing outside the DD makes for safe passage.
Over a few visits or even on one gluttonish visit with a party of four...it's possible to savour the entire menu if you wish. Dishes to try are for us the signature Bunny Chow, Vetkoek, Chakalaka and Chilli Bites. Expect a cut of of working class Afican diet...high starch and fats coupled with unusual textures, flavour combinations and unfamiliar dishes, served in a kind of four star B&B atmosphere with the proprietor prepared to chat. One for a cold rainy night and a few bottles of BYO wine and beer. You may have it to yourself and be spoiled by the family.
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