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Bringing Moroccan flavours and street food together is a winning combo for Chef Khutso Nhlanhla Masethe. With no starters or dessert options, this is strictly a burger joint and a street-food delight.
The idea is simple: Morroccan burgers on a panini bun. The simplicity of the idea and the total dedication to it makes the execution so exquisite and gratifying. There’s a selection of beef, lamb and chicken burgers all topped with delicious coriander pesto, onion marmalade and hummus that makes the taste buds sing. With the chicken burger, instead of a breast fillet, you get succulent chicken breast nuggets. This is served with salted crunchy French fries or fresh green salad. Bun-less options are available. There’s falafel as a vegan option and the place is halaal approved.
D’Urban Burger Co thrives as a take-away and delivery joint and when you do decide to sit down and eat (there are only two tables), you get to relish those exciting flavours.
Simple selections of coffee, tea and juice.
Fast and friendly.
It’s a cute little establishment that feels like an upmarket spaza shop with the cosiness of a café. There are township nuances in the corrugated iron that lends itself to the décor, and wood brings in warmth.
A quick bite when you’re about town, a work lunch idea and those Saturday evenings when you don’t feel like cooking.
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