Heritage Day braai feast at Grande Provence – Enjoy a truly South African braai inspired harvest table for a laid-back Heritage Day at Grande Provence, the picture perfect wine estate in the Franschhoek winelands, on Tuesday, 24 September 2019.
The Heritage Day Braai will be held under the oaks on the stretched out lawns in front of the new Bistro and is perfect for the whole family. Children can look forward to plenty of action including a jumping castle and a variety of lawn games.
Meat lovers can delight in a variety of braai specialities such as artisanal boerewors, rump steak and chicken sosaties prepared on the coals in traditional half drums. The Bistro’s harvest table, laden with fresh salads, home-baked breads and sweet treats, completes this easy-going lunch experience. Wine is as important as the food at a braai and with the wide selection of Grande Provence wines; you will be spoilt for choice. This is authentic South African heritage at its best for family and friends.
The Heritage Day Braai is available at R300 per person for adults and R180 per child under 12. The braai starts at 12h00 and pre-paid booking is essential. Call Tel: (021) 876 8600 or email email@example.com.
The Bistro at Grande Provence is a relaxed alternative to more formal Franschhoek dining and offers daily specials such as quiches, soups, salads and the most glorious cakes. Platters of local artisanal cheeses and fresh west coast oysters can be ordered separately.
Diary listing information:
When: Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Where: Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, Franschhoek
Cost: R300 per person and R180 per child under 12
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