Food-lovers who enjoy great variety and quality in abundance will find everything they’re looking for at Billy G, the new buffet restaurant overlooking the casino floor opposite the food court.

Owned by Montecasino, the 700-seat restaurant was named after South Africa’s most famous chef, Dr Bill Gallagher, whose contribution to the hospitality and food & beverage industry in this country spans nearly 40 years and continues to be felt today.


Fondly known as Billy, Chef Gallagher is credited with coining the term ‘rainbow cuisine’. Throughout his decorated career as a gold medal-winning chef, Billy’s passion has been training young chefs and ensuring that South African chefs are given the same opportunities and exposed to global standards, making it possible for South Africa to become a world-class tourist destination. Through his involvement over the last 35 years in the South African Chefs Association and the World Association of Chefs Societies, of which he is Honourary Life President, as well as through his position as F&B Director of Southern Sun for over 25 years, Billy has touched the lives of hundreds of chefs and, through them, thousands of South Africans who have enjoyed the fruits of his contribution to the industry on their plates in hotels and restaurants around the country.


Honouring this lifelong contribution to South African cuisine, Montecasino has named its casino restaurant Billy G. Reflecting Billy’s diverse culinary talent, the restaurant has something to suit every palate – from vegetarian delicacies to curries and pasta dishes, from top quality meat on the carvery to mouthwatering salads and tempting desserts, all prepared with the freshest ingredients and with dishes changing on a daily basis. There is, quite literally, something for everyone at Billy G – a fitting tribute to a man who pioneered South African cuisine, with all its influences and diverse flavours.




Travelling on the Western Bypass, take the William Nicol turnoff, turn onto William Nicol Drive and drive in a Northerly direction towards Fourways for approximately 3 km. Continue on William Nicol, crossing over Leslie Road. At the next traffic light intersection with Kingfisher, turn right into Montecasino Boulevard. Continue around the traffic circles and you will find entrances for Montecasino on your left-hand side.


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Montecasino Complex, Shop No. 52
Cnr William Nicol Drive & Montecasino Boulevard


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Trading Hours
Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch 12:00 - 15:00
Monday to Sunday
Dinner 18:00 - 22:00
Secure Parking
Child Friendly
Load Shedding
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