Book Your Braai Barrel at Nederburg’s The Red Table on Heritage Day

The Red Table Restaurant Exterior
The Red Table Restaurant Exterior

Are you looking for places to go to or things to do on Heritage Day? Nederburg is inviting you to celebrate the Heritage Day otherwise known as National Braai Day at The Red Table restaurant….

Book your braai barrel at R220 per head for adults and R95 for kids, with The Red Table providing top-quality meat and seafood, as well side dishes such as salads, vegetables, traditional pap and shebo /relish (tomato and onion smoor), as well as dessert.   If a DIY braai is not your thing, The Red Table chefs will handle the grid on your behalf, but please indicate so when making your booking.

Home-baked flatbread with hummus, basil pesto and baba ganoush will be served as a starter.  Soft drinks and a wide selection of Nederburg wines will also be on offer at very reasonable prices.  Children’s entertainment will also be provided.

Sirloin and Steak
Sirloin and Steak

For those who’ll be doing their own braaing:  The best braaier of the day will win a generous wine prize from Nederburg.  Booking is essential.  To make a reservation, call 021 877 5155 or send an email to well in advance.

The Nederburg Visitor’s Centre will be open for wine tasting and sales from 09:00 to 17:00 on the day.  Take advantage of the centre’s September special offer that includes a complementary red apron, valued at R100, for the purchase of six bottles of any of the wines from Nederburg’s Heritage Heroes connoisseur range.

A cellar tour will be offered at 10:30 and 15:00.  To book, contact Sunette Rust of Nederburg on 021 862 3104 or

Mmmmm!  Steak!
Mmmmm! Steak!


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