Argentines use a brasero to create hot embers, which are raked under the grill to provide a clean, lightly smoky heat source. Americans, who appreciate a heavier smoke flavor, often purchase the Argentine Grill Kit without Brasero, giving them the flare-up reducing benefits of the Argentine style V-grate (cook chicken skin on, bone in without flare-ups) while still providing a smoky flavor.
Stainless Steel Argentine Grill Kit with no Brasero
This Stainless Steel Argentine Grill Kit has no Flange but is bolted to the floor of the Firebox
Available to fit a standard 36.5 x 24 x 12 Firebox - The Baby Back Rib, a 42.5 x 24 x 12 Firebox - The Cabrito, or a 48.5 x 24 x 12 Firebox - The Chimichurri. Contact us for any custom size.Standard Grill Grate sizes are around 36 x 24, 42 x 24, 48 x 24
Adjustable Grill Grate Height
Charcoal and Wood Burning Grill
Wheel : Side Wheel
Note: *Free Shipping for the Continental US. Additional shipping charge may be added for NYC.
A South African Braai is very similar to Argentine and Uruguayan Grills. Depending on the model, the South African Braai can have many of the following features: An outer box, light fitting, charcoal tray, potjie hook, Nickel-plated grill, door, large gill, 2 small grills, lamb rotisserie spit, chicken spit, charcoal brazier, heavy duty motor and a charcoal starter. Grill size varies depending on model and options.
The South African Braai 1200 Professional Model includes:
We don't build a lot of South African Braais, but we have built them. Very similar to an Argentine or Uruguayan grill, they are usually enclosed, have an ember maker, an adjustable grill, potjie hook for making pap, and often include a rotisserie. The photo shown included a rotisserie, and a box to keep the rotisserie motors out of the rain.
Completely custom, call to flesh your requirements out, and we'll happily build one to your specifications.