Welcome to GOLD, a unique African restaurant in the heart of Cape Town.
Our set 14 course Cape Malay and African menu is a taste safari that will transport
you from Table Mountain to Timbuktu. This culinary experience is accompanied
by unique interactive traditional entertainment.

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Welcome to GOLD, a unique African restaurant in the heart of Cape Town. We offer a Cape Malay and African taste safari experience, that will transport you from Table Mountain to Timbuktu with our set 14 course menu, and interactive traditional entertainment.

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Welcome to GOLD, a unique African restaurant in the heart of Cape Town.
Our set 14 course Cape Malay and African menu is a taste safari that will transport
you from Table Mountain to Timbuktu. This culinary experience is accompanied
by unique interactive traditional entertainment.

PLAY TO EXPERIENCE GOLD

Scroll to explore

Experience Gold

A vibrant one-of-a-kind experience of all thing African, brace yourself for a cornucopia of taste sensations
from all over our rich, multi-faceted continent. Beprepared for an evening of opulent feasting
As you are served traditional delicacies from a set menu (which changes seasonally)...

Experience
Gold

“A vibrant one-of-a-kind experience of all thing African, brace yourself for a cornucopia of taste sensations from all over our rich, multi-faceted continent. Be prepared for an evening of opulent feasting As you are served traditional delicacies from a set menu (which changes seasonally)...”

Experience Gold

“A vibrant one-of-a-kind experience of all thing African, brace yourself for a cornucopia of taste sensations from all over our rich, multi-faceted continent. Beprepared for an evening of opulent feasting As you are served traditional delicacies from a set menu (which changes seasonally)...”

The Gold
Menu

AWARD WINNING CUISINE

Africa is home to hundreds of tribes, ethnic
and social groups. This diversity is reflected
in our cuisine. Geographically and from a
culinary point of view, the continent can be
divided into three principal regions: North
Africa, sub-Saharan and Southern Africa

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Contrary to popular western perceptions of
a predominantly meat-based diet, authentic
African cooking consists of organically
produed whole grains, beans, fresh fruit and
vegetables. These dishes epitomize a
culture of healthy eating.

The Gold
Menu

AWARD WINNING CUISINE

Africa is home to hundreds of tribes, ethnic and social groups. This diversity is reflected in our cuisine. Geographically and from a culinary point of view, the continent can be divided into three principal regions: North Africa, sub-Saharan and Southern Africa

Contrary to popular western perceptions of a predominantly meat-based diet, authentic African cooking consists of organically produed whole grains, beans, fresh fruit and vegetables. Which is why we believe it could very well become a popular alternative in the culture of healthy cooking.

The Gold
Menu

AWARD WINNING CUISINE

Africa is home to hundreds of tribes, ethnic and social groups. This diversity is reflected in our cuisine. Geographically and from a culinary point of view, the continent can be divided into three principal regions: North Africa, sub-Saharan and Southern Africa

Contrary to popular western perceptions of a predominantly meat-based diet, authentic African cooking consists of organically produed whole grains, beans, fresh fruit and vegetables. These dishes epitomize a culture of healthy eating.

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    BEEF
    BILTONG AND
    PEPPERDEW SALAD

    Biltong is a 400-year old traditional South African beef
    snack, cured in a unique and highly nutritious way. The
    peppadew pepper is a recent introduction to the culinary
    word, discovered on an errant bush growing in a South African garden – it is sweet and peppery at the same time. Tossed with organic
    salad leaves and toasted seeds.

  • MALAWI

    SWEET
    POTATO AND
    SIM-SIM BALLS

    A delicious sweet potato street
    food snack served in a recycled
    tin cone. Prepared with cheese
    and sesame seeds.

  • MOZAMBIQUE

    PERI-PERI
    OR PIRI-PIRI
    CHICKEN WINGS

    The Portuguese really made their mark with
    the introduction of the hot chilli pepper
    which originated in South America. Today it’s
    also known in Southern Africa as "African birds
    eye", or "African red devil".

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Kenyan Irio patties – maize meal and spinach

  • TUNISIA

    POTATO
    AND GARLIC
    BRIOUATS

    Briouats are small, crispy pastry
    parcels which are stuffed with
    a variety of fillings and
    found all over North Africa

  •   ZAMBIA

    ZOMBOZZA
    WITH LAMBAND OSTRICH

    Delicately spiced lamb and
    ostrich mince wrapped in a
    phylo parcel.

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    XHOSA
    POT BREAD

    Traditionally prepared in a
    pot over an open fire, this
    bread is slightly sweet

    Gluten free alternative -
    cassava and cheese bread

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    CAPE MALAY
    SEAFOOD
    CURRY

    The Malay slaves introduced
    the Dutch to their delicate
    spicing which is highlighted in
    this delicious curry prepared with
    fresh kingklip and prawns

  • CAMEROON

    COCONUT
    RICE

    Coconut flesh and milk is
    widely used in African cuisine
    and here it is used to prepare our
    basmati rice.

  •   TANZANIA

    MANGO
    AND LIMECHICKEN

    Free range chicken breasts
    prepared with a tropical infusion
    of mango, lime, corriander and
    ginger

  • EGYPT

    KUSHARI

    Kushari is generally acknowledged
    to be The Ultimate Egyptian street
    food, and given its blend of pasta,
    lentils, chickpeas, and tangy tomato
    sauce, it's easy to see why.

  • NORTH AFRICA

    TABBOULEH

    Inspired by the original bulgur
    wheat version we have used raw
    broccoli, cauliflower, mint with
    tangerine and blood orange olive oil
    dressing to create a vegan delight.

  • MOZAMBIQUE

    BOLO
    POLANA

    Potato and cashew nut cake –
    gluten free

  • ETHOPIA

    IAB

    A traditional Ethiopian dip
    prepared with cured cheese,
    yoghurt, fresh herbs and garlic.
    Enjoy this with the spicy chicken
    wings and salad or on your bread

    Vegetarian substitute -
    South African Pea and Potato samosas

  • AFRICA

    SEASONAL
    FRUIT
    KEEBABS

    Served with sweet dipping sauce

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  •   EGPYT

    KUSHARI

    Kushari is generally acknowledged to be The Ultimate Egyptian street food, and given its blend of pasta,lentils, chickpeas, and tangy tomato sauce, it's easy to see why.

  •   NORTH AFRICA

    TABBOULEH

    Inspired by the original bulgur wheat version we have used raw broccoli, cauliflower, mint with tangerine and blood orange olive oil dressing to create a vegan delight.

  •   CAMEROON

    COCONUT
    RICE

    Coconut flesh and milk is widely used in African cuisine and here it is used to prepare our basmati rice.

  •   TANZANIA

    MANGO AND LIME
    CHICKEN

    Free range chicken breasts prepared with a tropical infusion of mango, lime, corriander and ginger

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    CAPE MALAY
    SEAFOOD CURRY

    The Malay slaves introduced the Dutch to their delicate spicing which is highlighted in this delicious curry prepared with fresh kingklip and prawns

  •   ZAMBIA

    ZOMBOZZA WITH LAMB
    AND OSTRICH

    Delicately spiced lamb and ostrich mince wrapped in a phylo parcel.

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Lentil Bobotie

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    BEEF BILTONG AND
    BILTONG AND
    PEPPERDEW SALAD

    Biltong is a 400-year old traditional South African beef snack, cured in a unique and highly nutritious way.

  •   TUNISIA

    POTATO AND GARLICBRIOUATS

    Briouats are small, crispy pastry parcels which are stuffed with a variety of fillings and found all over North Africa

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Kenyan Iro Patties

  •   MOZAMBIQUE

    PERI-PERI OR PIRI-PIRI
    CHICKEN WINGS

    The Portuguese really made their mark with the introduction of the hot chilli pepper which originated in South America. Today it’s also known in Southern Africa as "African birds eye", or "African red devil".

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Kenyan Irio patties – maize meal and spinach

  •   MALAWI

    SWEET POTATO AND
    SIM-SIM BALLS

    A delicious sweet potato street food snack served in a recycled tin cone. Prepared with cheese and sesame seeds.

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    XHOSA
    POT BREAD

    Traditionally prepared in a pot over an open fire, this bread is slightly sweet

    Gluten free alternative -
    cassava and cheese bread

  •   MOZAMBIQUE

    BOLO
    POLANA

    Potato and cashew nut cake – gluten free

  •   AFRICA

    SEASONAL
    FRUIT
    KEEBABS

    Served with sweet dipping sauce

  •   EGPYT

    KUSHARI

    Kushari is generally acknowledged to be The Ultimate Egyptian street food, and given its blend of pasta,lentils, chickpeas, and tangy tomato sauce, it's easy to see why.

  •   NORTH AFRICA

    TABBOULEH

    Inspired by the original bulgur wheat version we have used raw broccoli, cauliflower, mint with tangerine and blood orange olive oil dressing to create a vegan delight.

  •   CAMEROON

    COCONUT
    RICE

    Coconut flesh and milk is widely used in African cuisine and here it is used to prepare our basmati rice.

  •   TANZANIA

    MANGO AND LIME
    CHICKEN

    Free range chicken breasts prepared with a tropical infusion of mango, lime, corriander and ginger

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    CAPE MALAY
    SEAFOOD CURRY

    The Malay slaves introduced the Dutch to their delicate spicing which is highlighted in this delicious curry prepared with fresh kingklip and prawns

  •   ZAMBIA

    ZOMBOZZA WITH LAMB
    AND OSTRICH

    Delicately spiced lamb and ostrich mince wrapped in a phylo parcel.

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Lentil Bobotie

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    BEEF BILTONG AND
    BILTONG AND
    PEPPERDEW SALAD

    Biltong is a 400-year old traditional South African beef snack, cured in a unique and highly nutritious way.

  •   TUNISIA

    POTATO AND GARLICBRIOUATS

    Briouats are small, crispy pastry parcels which are stuffed with a variety of fillings and found all over North Africa

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Kenyan Iro Patties

  •   MOZAMBIQUE

    PERI-PERI OR PIRI-PIRI
    CHICKEN WINGS

    The Portuguese really made their mark with the introduction of the hot chilli pepper which originated in South America. Today it’s also known in Southern Africa as "African birds eye", or "African red devil".

    Vegetarian substitute -
    Kenyan Irio patties – maize meal and spinach

  •   MALAWI

    SWEET POTATO AND
    SIM-SIM BALLS

    A delicious sweet potato street food snack served in a recycled tin cone. Prepared with cheese and sesame seeds.

  •   SOUTH AFRICA

    XHOSA
    POT BREAD

    Traditionally prepared in a pot over an open fire, this bread is slightly sweet

    Gluten free alternative -
    cassava and cheese bread

  •   MOZAMBIQUE

    BOLO
    POLANA

    Potato and cashew nut cake – gluten free

  •   AFRICA

    SEASONAL
    FRUIT
    KEEBABS

    Served with sweet dipping sauce

Traditional
Performances

GOLD Restaurant offers 3 unique performances
during your dinner, starting with a praise singer
who welcomes you to GOLD and introduces you
to the singers, dancers, puppets and musicians.
The second performance showcases the vibrant
dancing and celebrations in Africa and the third
performance is in honour of our royal African
queens. Our queen will scatter 24 carat gold dust
on our guests to say thank you for visiting us.

Traditional
Performances

GOLD Restaurant offers 3 unique performances during your dinner, starting with a praise singer who welcomes you to GOLD and introduces you to the singers, dancers, puppets and musicians The second performance showcases the vibrant dancing and celebrations in Africa and the third performance is in honour of our royal African queens. Our queen will scatter 24 carat gold dust on our guests to say thank you for visiting us.

Traditional
Performances

GOLD Restaurant offers 3 unique performances
during your dinner, starting with a praise singer
who welcomes you to GOLD and introduces you
to the singers, dancers, puppets and musicians.
The second performance showcases the vibrant
dancing and celebrations in Africa and the third
performance is in honour of our royal African
queens. Our queen will scatter 24 carat gold dust
on our guest to say thank you for visiting us.

Take the
Tour

Each of our dining areas are adorned with unique African dècor, where
you will be surrounded by stunning African artifacts and contemporary artwork.

Take the
Tour

Each of our dining areas are adorned with unique African dècor, where you will be surrounded by stunning African artifacts and contemporary artwork.

Take the
Tour

Each of our dining areas are adorned with unique African dècor, where
you will be surrounded by stunning African artifacts and contemporary artwork.

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Join us for
night of gold

Physical Address:
15 Bennett Street, Green Point, 8005

GPS Coordinates:
-33°5'24.19", +18°25'3.54

Tel: +27 (0) 21 421 4653     |     Cell: +27 (0) 82 414 9663     |     Email: cindy@goldrestaurant.co.za

Join us for a
night of gold

Physical Address:
15 Bennett Street, Green Point, 8005

GPS Coordinates:
-33°5'24.19", +18°25'3.54

Tel: +27 (0) 21 421 4653
Cell: +27 (0) 82 414 9663
Email: cindy@goldrestaurant.co.za