Friday BBQ (Braaivleis) With Fellow South Africans

On the last Friday of every month we host a BBQ for our customers behind our shop. Here we cook boerewors (or sausage) the traditional way, which is on an open fire over wood coals.

Held outdoors in the open air, this is a popular event that enjoys a good attendance rate.   Our Friday BBQ is about much more than just cooking food; it is about the people you will meet, the warm and friendly atmosphere and the experience.

We have a live band playing and a good time is had by all. This is your opportunity to mingle with the local South African community, try out a word or two of Afrikaans or have a go on the dance floor with some of the locals. A BBQ is a popular social custom in southern Africa and we are so happy to continue the custom in Australia.

You can bring your own meat or buy from the shop and use the fire provided. It is free for anyone to attend.   Pap is served with a lovely homemade tomato sauce.   Pap is a traditional porridge made from mielie-meal (ground white corn) with a similar consistency to polenta.

Carpark Braai at Forest Glen
Band Playing at Monthly Crunch Braai
Couple with Boerewors at Crunch Braai

So do join us on the last Friday of every month to experience a traditional South African braaivleis.