Thursday, November 21, 2013

If you’re planning a trip to South Africa and you have limited time you really should put a visit to Cape Town at the top of your bucket list. Chat to anyone who’s been to the Mother City and they’ll tell you it’s right up there with the most beautiful places on the planet.

Cape Town's Iconic Table Mountain

Spontaneous adventure versus planned must sees

While spontaneity might be your thing, it’s still advisable to take some time to find out what the oldest city in South Africa has to offer. Cape Town is overflowing with dramatic scenery, unbelievable views, plenty to see and do, and of course, some world-class cuisine. In your search, you might well find some sites and activities you hadn’t yet heard of, let alone considered.

Back to the food

Food options really are endless. You’d need months to eat your way through the variety of restaurants that cater for an increasingly discerning and demanding public. In terms of location, we also have everything from spectacular urban sunsets to vineyard restaurants in the ever-popular Franschhoek and Stellenbosch wine regions.

Around the African food world in 14 ways

As the South African saying goes, “local is lekker” (delicious). A visit to any foreign country is incomplete unless you’ve sampled some local fare - all the more reason to come to GOLD Restaurant. We’re all about providing our guests with a memorable African dining experience. Again, there’s no need to rush from place to place to savour authentic African cuisine. We provide a 14 course range of Cape Malay and African inspired foods with a deliciously palatable western twist.

Need some help pre-planning your Cape Town visit?

For more information on getting here and away, where to stay, and other important tips and insights go to the official Cape Town Tourism website. There really are so many places to go, an exciting arts and culture scene, and a proliferation of nature and wildlife. More importantly, Cape Town is home to a hybrid of warm, incredibly welcoming, spirited people.

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