Is it Asian? Is it African? Asiacan? Actually, it’s The Golden Palm, Plett resident Chris Bosman’s newest restaurant offering.
Fragrant aromas confirm the presence of authentic Asian cuisine while the décor is a curious, eclectic mix of African influence and Asian knickknacks. A bright new addition in the courtyard at The Lookout Centre on Main Street, Plett.
Here you will find an explosion for the senses. When you read the menu, adorned with simple, compact and wonderfully tasty meal choices and after you’ve tasted the dishes, you’re pretty much hooked.
Using fresh and seasonal ingredients, food lovers are in for a pleasant surprise. Asian cuisine is not new for Plett, but as of late The Golden Palm is the only restaurant dedicated to this spicy and aromatic style of cooking. “I have a real passion for Asian cuisine and I love the wide variety of flavours and tastes this style of cooking offers. From creamy and spicy Thai curry to the clean and fresh flavours of a poke bowl. Frankly it was an easy choice for me,” says Bosman.
With a passion for simple food done well, visitors and locals have been
excited about the new restaurant. “At The Golden Palm we have a bit of a trans-continental grasp of Asianflavours. One of our house specialities is dim sum, beautiful pockets of flavour hailing from China, with three different fillings that give a good variety of taste and texture.”
The introduction of a new, trendy restaurant with a signature taste in Plett is exactly what tourism in the area needs. Tourism in Plett has been on the increase, and part of that is due to new products providing increased positive experiences. Plett Tourism very excited about The Golden Palm and Bosman’s offering of a world-class culinary experience in the area.
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Building approvals are being fast-tracked in areas affected by the recent Garden Route wildfires.
Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde and Public Works MEC Donald Grant met with mayors over the weekend to discuss progress in relation to rebuilding in fire ravaged communities.
Seven people were killed, thousands were evacuated and hundreds of properties were destroyed in fires in and around Knysna and Plettenberg Bay last month.
The Garden Route Rebuild Initiative involves humanitarian relief, as well as rehabilitation and reconstruction.
Winde says further trauma counselling and social support will be made available later this week when a Thusong Mobile will be stationed at the Knysna Town Hall.
There, residents who’ve lost personal documents in the fire will be able to access government services from Home Affairs, the Department of Labour and Sassa.
Winde says a significant amount of public infrastructure has been damaged and preliminary assessments have already been compiled.
He says key challenges are the instability of burned slopes, which create a risk of mudslides and the re-growth of alien vegetation.