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​New Sydney Restaurant Offers Gold-Plated Steak If You Have Cash To Splash

​New Sydney Restaurant Offers Gold-Plated Steak If You Have Cash To Splash

Could this be Australia's most expensive steak?

Vivienne Kelly

Vivienne Kelly

A new dining experience in Sydney could become the 'gold standard'.

The city's newest steak restaurant, Botswana Butchery in Martin Place, is offering groups of diners an indulgent menu featuring a 1.6 kilogram Wagyu Tomahawk coated in gold leaf.

The steak, from Rangers Valley, has a marble score of 7+.

Multiple food media outlets, including Urban List, have said it's likely 'the most expensive steak' in Australia right now.

Also on offer on the Botswana Gold menu is gold-topped caviar bumps with vodka shots, a gold-coated chocolate dessert, gold-flecked martinis and a signature liquor 'Money Shot'.

Botswana Butchery

The experience takes place in the Gold Private Dining Room for groups of four to 10, with head chef Darren Templeton serving up the Tomahawk steak himself.

Russell Gray, CEO of the restaurant's operator Good Group, said this could well be Australia's 'ultimate dining experience'.

"This really is a menu of indulgence," News For The Food Lover reported him as saying.

Botswana Butchery

"Botswana Gold offers guests a unique dining experience and, after everything we have all been through over the last couple of years, the perfect way to celebrate together with friends, family or colleagues."

Botswana Gold will cost punters $500 per person.

Featured Image Credit: Botswana Butchery

Topics: Food, News, Australia