HelpiOS AppAndroid AppWindows Phone AppWindows 8 App

Make a reservation

Party Size
For 2
7:00 PM


300 reviews
icon/ic_price_rangeCreated with Sketch.
$31 to $50
icon/ic_cuisineCreated with Sketch.
Contemporary American
Top Tags:
  • Scenic View (8)
  • Great for Outdoor Dining (4)
  • Good for Anniversaries (3)
A AAA Four Diamond winner for 17 consecutive years, GOLD offers a new, more contemporary culinary adventure. A completely new menu concept created by the resort’s new Executive Chef James Wallace blends fresh and innovative contemporary American cuisine with a touch of desert-inspired flavor. Panoramic mountain and city views.
Dining Style
Casual Elegant
icon/ic_cuisineCreated with Sketch.
Contemporary American
icon/ic_clockCreated with Sketch.
Hours of operation
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 6:30am- 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Breakfast 6:30am - 10:00am
Brunch 10:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner 5:00pm - 10:00pm
icon/ic_phoneCreated with Sketch.
Phone number
(520) 917-2930
icon/ic_new_windowCreated with Sketch.
icon/ic_paymentCreated with Sketch.
Payment options
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
icon/ic_dress_codeCreated with Sketch.
Dress code
Business Casual
icon/ic_chefCreated with Sketch.
Executive chef
James Walllace
icon/ic_private_diningCreated with Sketch.
Private party facilities
Large party reservations available include personalized menus and service. Please contact a manager for more information. Private rooms available through Westward Look Resort.
icon/ic_locationCreated with Sketch.
icon/ic_neighborhoodCreated with Sketch.
icon/ic_cross_streetCreated with Sketch.
Cross street
icon/ic_parking_detailsCreated with Sketch.
Parking details
Valet and Hotel Parking Available.
Banquet, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
What 300 People Are Saying
Overall ratings and reviews
Reviews can only be made by diners who have eaten at this restaurant
3.8  based on recent ratings
Noise · Quiet
80% of people would recommend it to a friend
  • 5
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
Sort by
NeverGold (Phoenix)
2.0  Dined on February 6, 2018

My wife and I took friends to the Gold room for dinner on Tuesday of this week. We had been there once or twice many years ago and based on reviews we decided to try it again. The food was so awful that I was embarrassed to have brought friends. I should have raised some objection at the time but didn't want to make a scene in front of friends. I had Halibut, the special; it was way over cooked, no evidence of the Halibut remained, it had the consistency of chicken and and very dry. Looked like it started out as a nice piece of fish that was totally ruined. Two other meals were scallops, four very small pieces that were also over-cooked; tough and grainy. It is shame to ruin originally high quality food by cooking it to dust.

The evening was, in general, an embarrassment to me.

vipFormerTucsonite (Miami)
4.0  Dined on February 2, 2018

Excellent scallops over corn risotto. Interesting brussel sprout salad. Good lamb tenderloin with roasted potatoes though overall that dish was not very hot. Berry cobbler for dessert seemed a little pedestrian. Nice views of the city. Knowledgeable, attentive, friendly waitress. Not so much with the hostess who had slotted us for a booth. When we asked for a table (we both have back issues) you would have thought we were asking to move to the next town. She told us she had only one table for two left (which turned out to be less desirable) and then proceeded to seat other couples at more desirable tables after us. So much for making a reservation. We felt maybe we were being punished for making what we felt was a reasonable request, despite having done so politely.

David (Tucson)
3.0  Dined on January 28, 2018

We met friends for brunch on a Sunday, having eaten there before. A nice brunch, not overly large but more than satisfactory with lots of options and a great price. However, service was terrible. Took more than 10 min to even be noticed and sat, despite the restaurant only having 3 tables with people at the time. Took forever to get drinks and to pay.

vipnteeter (Phoenix)
3.0  Dined on January 25, 2018

The Gold Room at the Westward Look resort has beautiful views and the property itself is lovely. The restaurant menu is not large but does feature local products when possible. Our food was well prepared and tasty but is quite expensive for what you get. My husband ordered crab fritters as his starter. One less fritter and they would be required to call it a FRITTER... In other words, the dish contained just two very small fritters on a pile of greens. My salad was called a beet salad, but beets were not the star. The beets had been sliced paper thin and there were about six slices under the pile of greens.
The scallops were delicious and plentiful -- they should be for $30. My husband's steak was well prepared and presented beautifully. He reported that he has had better filets.
The key lime pie had a very odd flavor -- perhaps it was topped with toasted coconut that masked what should have been a fresh citrus flavor.
The wine list provides a lot of expensive options -- they are really proud of even modest wines.
We are locals and probably won't return.

locals (Phoenix)
3.0  Dined on January 23, 2018

The view was great, and would be even better at a time when it's warm enough to sit on the patio. It was nice and quiet (a change from most places these days), but that's because the dining room was deserted, which is a little odd for a resort in Tucson in January. It was so empty that you could easily hear the conversations of the few who were there, which made us feel self conscious about our own conversation topics. The menu was enticing--a nice mix of vegetarian, seafood, and meat. The quality of food was very good. They were prompt in bringing a generous plate of good bread before we even ordered. And they gave us a free dessert--of their choosing--for the birthday guest. It wasn't bad, but we would have rather chosen our own dessert. In spite of all this goodness, this will be a "one and done" place for us--the prices were just too much for what we ordered, especially the $13 crab fritters which consisted of two grape (at best)-sized "fritters" perched on top of a parfait glass stuffed with lettuce. The salads were very good, but very small as well. The seared & smoked scallops were interesting and delicious, and possibly worth the price. It wasn't a horrible experience by any means, but we probably won't be back.

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
5.0  Dined on January 19, 2018

Great service. Atmosphere lovely and service fabulous

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
5.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

Took my fiance here for our two year dating anniversary. Food and service were fantastic! Made a great anniversary dinner date.

OpenTable Diner (Phoenix)
3.0  Dined on October 31, 2017

Menu was a bit limited, but the food was well prepared and tasty. Service was slow (e.g. 10 min to get water) and the kitchen seemed backed up on this Tuesday evening. Our order of scallops had to be redone for some reason which may have caused our delay. Other diners who arrived after us were served before we got our meals.

2fordinner (Phoenix)
5.0  Dined on October 13, 2017

Made reservations for wife's birthday dinner & were seating right away. I had flowers arrangement delivered to hotel and they were on the table waiting for us. Special dessert whipped up by the kitchen and the evening was perfect. Quiet atmosphere is conducive to romance, celebration, business or just relaxing. Indoor & outdoor seating are equally great with views (it is Arizona after all). We even witnessed a successful marriage proposal at the table next to us! Great place, can't wait to go back.

vipOpenTable Diner (New York Area)
2.0  Dined on October 7, 2017

Nice outdoor patio but the food was just OK. Cost was high relative to slow service and level of quality. The name of the restaurant does not define the experience. More like bronze.