Boerewors is Afrikaans for “farmer’s sausage”. It’s so popular in this country that it’s practically a staple food.
In their early pioneering days, boers (farmers) made large quantities of sausage on their stopovers while trekking across the country to escape Colonial rule. From then until the 1960s, what later became...
If you are currently reading our Braai Blog, you are probably wondering what in the world is a Braai! Well my friend, we are here to help answer that question for you, as well as life’s other mysteries (ok well maybe not the latter).
The word braai (pronounced “bry”, plural...
Boerewors, lamb chops, T-bone steaks, chicken “flatties”, snoek, kabeljou(cob), sosaties, kebabs
Braaibrootjies, pap( traditional African staple), tomato & onion relish, chakalaka & much more.
Brandy & Coke, beer, siders and beautiful South African wine.
All of these come at different shapes, strength,flavours and other variations. Just as every household has their...
1. Kogel Bay, False Bay
Kogel Bay is set along the coastal road between Gordon’s Bay and Rooiels. You can only braai here if you camp at the resort but day visitors can braai for free at adjacent Sparks Bay and Klippiesbaai. Ablutions are available, but alcohol is prohibited.