GOLD Restaurant

15 Bennett Street
Cape Town
Western Cape
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From the moment you walk through the glass doors into the aged brick interior, with its ancient doors, wooden beams and iron pillars, you will feel the heartbeat of a unique African restaurant in Cape Town.

GOLD Restaurant will take you on a taste safari from Cape Malay to African cuisine – from Cape Town to Timbuktu with its set 14 course menu served at your table.

Start your evening with an interactive Djembe drumming session which will get you in tune with our African rhythms and songs for the rest of the night. 30 minutes of vibrant playing of the drums will ensure an energized start to your evening. A soothing hand washing ceremony will complete your interactive drumming experience.

Sit down at your table in one of our beautiful dining areas, each adorned with unique African décor. Choose from dining areas whose names resonate with the appeal of Africa – Ashanti, Timbuktu, Kenya or Kente. Dine in the Moroccan courtyard, or the Gallery, where you will be surrounded by stunning African artifacts. A set 14 course menu consisting of Cape Malay cuisine and African cuisine will be served to you by one of our beautifully adorned member of staff who will explain each dish to you and from which country the dish originates.

Be captivated during dinner by our tall, graceful Mali Puppets as they dance around your table with the drummers and singers. Our live entertainment is unique to South Africa and their performances will embrace you and take you into the heart of Africa.

Monday - Sunday 6:30 - 23:00

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Price Range: Upper
Seating: 150+
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Booking Required
  • Live Entertainment
  • Parking



GOLD Restaurant

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