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The Most Popular Casino Restaurants In The World

One often overlooked service that casinos provide is the quality food available in their restaurants. The restaurants in casinos boast a selection of delicious meals and snacks from all corners of the globe.

The most popular cuisine available in casinos includes French, Thai, Chinese, Italian, and Mexican. Food may not be the number one reason people go to a casino, but the restaurants are essential in keeping clients happy and willing to stay longer.

With so many casinos in the world to choose from, the dining options are vast. From Las Vegas to Macau, casinos remain popular despite the rise of online casino sites. Traditional casinos offer an experience that cannot be replicated online despite the advances in technology that sites like 777 are using today.

Most Popular Casino Restaurants In The World

One aspect of visiting a casino that should be high on anybody’s agenda is a visit to their restaurant apart from playing blackjack, slots or other card games. Many top international chefs either work in the restaurant or design the menus on offer to clients, but which are the most popular?

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas – Restaurant Guy Savoy

Often named the best restaurant in Las Vegas, the Guy Savoy is popular with both gamblers and regular tourists vacating Las Vegas. Specializing in French cuisine, this world-famous dining establishment leaves customers satisfied on every visit. The restaurant has several menus to choose from, and these include house specialties Octopus Terrine, Toasted Mushroom Brioche, and Black Truffle soup.

The restaurant is one for fine dining and has been designed appropriately. Guests are treated by very professional staff who enjoy serving their customers. Once people have enjoyed the food here, they will undoubtedly be looking forward to their next visit to Restaurant Guy Savoy.

Place du Casino, Monaco – Le Train Bleu

This stunning and always popular restaurant is named after a train that operated from 1886 until 2003. The express train was used by the rich and famous traveling between Calais and the French Riviera. The restaurant pays homage to a very historic piece of French history. Le Train Bleu is an exquisite dining experience that clients of the casino can enjoy and has a fantastic reputation in Monaco and beyond.

The most popular dishes served at Le Train Bleu include fresh seafood Venere risotto and milk fed Veal. Given the restaurant’s reputation, the price of the meals still represents value for money.

The Grand Lisboa, Macau – Robuchon au Dome

Macau is now the most popular destination in the world for casino gamblers, even attracting more visitors each year than Las Vegas. The Robuchon au Dome restaurant is located under a large glass dome that houses a stunning crystal chandelier. The Grand Lisboa casino has retained the name of the original Michelin star chef Joel Robuchon who unfortunately passed away in 2018.

House specialties include caramelized quail stuffed with foie gras and black truffle mashed potato.  Any visit to the casino should consist of a visit to this world-famous restaurant. After your meal, take some time to explore this vast casino and its many slots and tables.

London – The Ritz Restaurant

The Ritz Restaurant is an authentic dining experience and deservedly has an excellent reputation for outstanding food and service. The main dining room is magnificently opulent with soaring marble columns and massive floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the tranquil Green Park.

The restaurant specializes in British-French food and is famed for its afternoon tea room. Guests can relax and enjoy a meal and later try their luck in the basement casino. Located in central London and open daily, the restaurant has remained popular with casino clients and the general public since it first opened its doors in 1906.

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