The Best Casino restaurants in the World

If you’re a fan of the glitz and glam of the casino, and you haven’t tasted the food in some of the best casinos, like Monte Claro and many others, then you’re truly missing out. This is because some most expensive and elite casino establishments have managed to attract the best culinary talents in the world and it’s a shame to not respect their talent and skill that is conferred in the form of food. In this article, we’ve listed some of the greatest casino restaurants you ought to try on your next trip.

Restaurant Guy Savoy — Ceaser Palace, Las Vegas

This restaurant is a beautiful recreation of the Savoy’s Paris flagship that also overlooks the replica of the Eiffel Tower. The chef’s signature cocktail, artichoke and black truffle soup are the show sealers. It is one of the best places to feel the high roller; you are, especially if you’re on a winning spree in the casino.

 Robuchon au Dome — Grand Lisboa, Macau

This restaurant was moved from the ground floor to the 43rd floor, immediately after Macau gained the title as the largest gambling market in the world. The chief chef of the restaurant Chef Joel Robuchon also updated his menu which lives up to three Michelin stars. Two of his signature dishes are Black truffle mashed potatoes and caramelized quail stuffed with foie grass.

 Bobby Flay Steak — The Borgata, Atlantic City

This restaurant is popular for consistency and longevity. It was opened in 2006 and was considered as the Broad walk Empire’s most enduring restaurants in town because it’s not your ordinary steak house. The chef’s signature dishes like the lobster bar, Southwest Ribeye and variety of shellfish plates, with some creamy green Chile rice, makes anyone’s evening.

Waku Ghin — Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

The building in which this restaurant resides is worth $4.7 billion which is considered as the richest building in the world. This definitely calls for a whale of a chef — Tetsuya Wakuda. The restaurant is so sophisticated that it can occupy only 25 seats with a Euro-Japanese experience. Some of their wow worthy bites include filet of Tasmanian grass fed beef with wasabi mustard.

Pikayo — Condado Plaza Hilton, San Juan

This particular restaurant honors their chef Wilo Benet, Puerto Rico’s most famous chef who has been redesigning the menu for nearly 25 years now. Presently, it is located in the beachfront casino hotel, after shifting to the destination in 2009. He incorporates the island’s tradition in his food while cooking the salmerejo, a local crab stew, meat fitters with garlic aioli, and the list goes on.

Rockpool Bar and grill — Crown Casino, Melbourne

This restaurant is housed in the largest casinos of the Southern Hemisphere with elegant facsimile features and an open kitchen, which adds drama to the place. The main attraction of the place is the dry-aged beef and seafood offerings like the prawns with goat cheese tortellini with burnt butter, raisins, and pine nuts. The desserts are also out of this world.

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