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Honest. Wholesome. Quality

Welcome to our Safari Braai (BBQ-Grill) Kitchen!

We are passionate about serving great food and drinks while creating memorable experiences for our guests. Our restaurant is located on the footsteps of Woburn Safari Park, which is part of the estates of the Duke of Bedford that also includes Woburn Abbey and its 3,000-acre (1,200 ha) deer park. Visitors to the park can drive through exhibits, which contain species such as southern white rhino, elephants, tigers, and black bears. The park is home to exotic and wild animals such as lions, tigers and bears from Africa Asia and around the globe. We are 14 minutes away from the Centre Parks.

Safari Braai Kitchen is a fully renovated countryside White Horse pub with a safari-themed dining area that serves South African inspired menu. Our cosy and relaxed dining area with a real log fire burner and tasteful décor is an inviting place for you to enjoy a casual lunch with friends or family, midweek romantic dinner, or a special celebration – we are here to make your visit special whatever the occasion. Our Courtyard offers seating with spectacular art and gallery, attached to a well decorated barn for events and private functions. We are the best place to visit before and after a walk, cycle, drive to the countryside or visit to the Animal Park with breakfast served as early as 8am daily. During summer season we host a variety of cultural events including music dance and poetry. We also host Vintage Cras/Tractors, Bikers rally and field BBQ/Braai events throughout the year. Thinking of Camping; yes, we have tents for hire and plenty space for motorhomes.

Eat – Drink – Discover

We look forward to seeing you soon at Safari Braai Kitchen!

For any Campsite enquiries please get in touch with us at 07538 809315.
The Campsite is a regular venue for Caravan Clubs, Classic Cars Shows, and Summer Festivals.

Come in and eat with us

Monday – Thursday: 12:00 pm till late

Friday – Saturday: 12:00 pm till late

Sunday: 12:00 pm till late