Four world known best chefs that have casino restaurants

Four world known best chefs that have casino restaurants

All the big brand casinos in Macau, Las Vegas, Australia and other parts of the world not are places to play casino games but also are a place of entertainment. These casinos host live music, dance parties, bars and restaurants. The restaurants at casinos are not ordinary ones but offer fine dine with delicacies to taste from around the world.  Some of the world’s most renowned chefs have opened their restaurants within casinos and here are the four of the world known best chefs that have casino restaurants and attract lots of punters globally.

1. Gordon Ramsey BurGR at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Gordon Ramsey was the best chef in the world for 2017 and now Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino can boast a restaurant in his name. Gordon Ramsay BurGR offers traditional American cuisine, focusing on burgers, fries and milkshakes. As you enter this restaurant in the heart of the Las Vegas strip next to the Miracle Mile shops, prepare to be impressed by the 30-foot fire in the centre of the room, as well as the brightly coloured walls.

Head chef Harold Donahue prepares a wide range of burgers and hot dogs as well as soups and salads, including vegetarian and vegan options. Finish off your meal with a sweet milkshake, a chocolate caramel tart or a white and milk chocolate parfait. The restaurant holds around 200 people but expect to queue for a while. After all, this is the work of a chef who has collected a total of 16 Michelin stars in his career.

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2. Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at MGM Grand

At the famous MGM Grand casino in Las Vegas, you’re not only spoilt for choice when it comes casino games but also when it comes to gourmet cuisine. The MGM Grand is the third-largest hotel complex in the world with 5,124 rooms, so it needs plenty of restaurants. Among the notable chefs in residence at this mega casino is Wolfgang Puck. The Austrian-born American celebrity chef has a number of restaurants at casinos in the United States, blending American and Italian cuisine with Californian flavours.

At Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, the menu includes pizza, steak, spaghetti and meatballs and fish of the day. The restaurant is open until 6am (apart from Tuesdays), so it’s an ideal place to go if you’re craving some comfort food after a long night of gambling – and you’ve still got some money left! If you fancy something other than American-style cuisine, you can try Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans Fish House. Both the menu and the design of the restaurant are inspired by the sea, with mains including oysters, crab and tuna along with fish soups.

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3. James Martin at Manchester 235 Casino

James Martin at Manchester 235 Casino

Named in The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants in 2015, James Martin Manchester is located within the city’s well-known Manchester235 Casino. The restaurant offers both innovative and classic dishes using seasonal and local produce, from fish and steak to Sunday roasts. The TV chef, who is most famous for presenting BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, opened the 170-seater restaurant in 2013 and is constantly creating new seasonal à la carte menus. Diners can enjoy new culinary experiences throughout the year, with plenty of vegetarian options.

Manchester is becoming increasingly renowned for its food scene, though this is somewhat of a hidden gem. Although it’s found within the casino building, it’s set away from the main gaming floor on its own mezzanine so you can go there as part of a casino visit or purely for the excellent food alone. Note that you must be 18 or older to enter here.

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4. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Alea Nottingham

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Alea Nottingham

Another famous chef offering hearty and delicious food at a top casino is Marco Pierre White. Located at the Alea Nottingham casino in the heart of the city, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill features British classics such as Sunday roast, shepherd’s pie and fish and chips, as well as international dishes. The restaurant promotes itself as “affordable fine dining” and with a burger costing £15.95 and steak starting at £20.50.  Marco Pierre White was the youngest chef ever to be awarded three Michelin stars. Here unlike most casino restaurants, even under 18s are allowed so any one can visit the restaurant irrespective of age factor.

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