To braai or not to braai is never an option in sunny South Africa. South Africans can really braai anything, and it’s more than a meal, it is a tradition. A braai is about being South African, and so is a spitbraai.
A spit braai is a term derived from South African slang. It’s a method of cooking meat on a spit rotisserie machine. The meat is slowly cooked on a turning rod and regularly basted with flavour, we prefer to use Ina Paarman’s basting until is it perfectly cooked and ready to eat.
A spitbraai ultimately leans towards simplicity & taste in a relaxed atmosphere. Join us for our familiar favourite Lamb Spitbraai every last Sunday of the Month – Live music, great wines & good times.
Prepare your spit braai for this juicy meal. Smother meat in crushed garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper say Teams Tikka Boys, Mix Masala and Bushies Gone Wild.
PREP TIME: 45 minutes
COOKING TIME: 5 hrs
Do enjoy with our top 10 Summer wine cocktails.
Contact us to book for our monthly Sunday Spitbraai 021-8851269 or firstname.lastname@example.org