The Wales and Real Madrid player will open Par 59 within the 18,000sq ft basement of the Capitol Shopping Centre this summer.
The venue will have two mini-golf courses alongside a number of bars and eating areas.
Two independently-run kitchens will provide the food: local trader Sushi Life will serve up sushi and other Japanese dishes while another local business Dirty Bird will offer buttermilk-fried chicken.
The project is the result of a new partnership between Bale’s company Elevens Group and The Depot, which is billed as one of Wales’ 'most successful' alternative entertainment brands.
Par 59 marks a second step into the hospitality sector for the footballer, following on from his partnership with Brains Brewery and the opening of Elevens Bar & Grill in Cardiff in 2017.
“My love for golf is no secret, so I am delighted to be working with an independent Welsh company to bring this concept to Cardiff,” says Bale. “It’s all about creating a fun environment where people can enjoy something a bit different, and where everyone can have fun.”
Competitive socialising venues that combine food and drink with activities are a rapidly growing part of the hospitality landscape. Key players in the space include Swingers, Puttshack, Bounce and Flight Club.