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London’s Top 5 Casino Restaurants

Every coin dropped in the slots has a dream firmly attached to it. Every carefully placed chip, every guarded ace card, every rolled dice used to play casino is filled with expectant promise.

Residents of London love to play casino and the slots. Tourists to London love to play casino and the slots. If they were allowed to, children and animals would probably love to play casino and the slots as well.

The manifest excitement and adrenalin attained through the rollercoaster ride of winning (and sometimes losing) money demands that your body keeps up and complies with your every whim and need. Sustenance and repose are essential for maintaining the high levels of concentration needed to play casino. Yet, popping out for a cigarette and burger is not going to reap your fortune in the long run. You need real relaxation and proper food. Here then are London’s Top 5 Casino Restaurant to aid you on your quest.

1) Flame in the West End
London’s West End is the go-to area for anyone who wants to play casino. The Casino at the Empire lies at the very heart of Leicester Square, and it’s chic signature restaurant Flame is a gratifying escape from the hustle and bustle of the West End. Flame serves a variety of fresh, high quality meat and fish, plus lighter soups, salads and chowder, in a European style. True gamblers will bet big and order the 20oz King of Steaks from the grill.

Play casino, cash in on the slots, then kick back and enjoy your spoils at Flame. It might be a good idea to book ahead of time, though, which you can luckily do with this clever booking widget below. Once you’ve chosen your preferred winning date and the time at which you’d like to eat, your name slots into the widget and away you go.


2) The Ritz on Piccadilly
The stats: 7 American Roulette tables; 4 Blackjack tables; 3 Three Card Poker; and 2 Punto Banco / Baccarat tables. And it’s The Ritz Club, resident of the famous Ritz Hotel in central London. It probably doesn’t get more decadently inviting than that. Except, of course, unless you throw in a magnificent restaurant as well. Beautiful, intimate dining rooms, that legendary service, and an award-winning blend of classical, international cuisines with modern twists that jump from French to Thai to Lebanese to Chinese and Indian in the roll of a dice. Don’t forget the formal dress code, now.


3) The Colony Club Restaurant in Mayfair
The sophisticated Colony Club has a selection of tables to choose from that include American Roulette, Baccarat and Caribbean Stud Poker. Jackpot slots and Electronic Roulette are also available, as well as a superb private gaming room.

The glamourous allure of The Colony Club’s first class experience means the restaurant, along with the rest of the venue, is popular with celebrities and consummate hard workers alike. If you enjoy a diverse menu, then The Colony Club Restaurant has the finest cuisines from Asia, the Middle East, and the Orient. We’d also recommend sampling the Japanese food theatre at the Teppan-Yaki Bar.

4) FuluShou in the West End
So, technically, FuluShou is located within the same four walls as Flame, but then if you are in London to play casino and the slots, chances are you’ll be heading to Leicester Square anyway, so a modicum of variety is always welcome.

FuluShou is an elegant Asian restaurant with an affordable menu offering fusion cuisine. Although this is very much casual dining, the experience is anything but dull thanks to the attractive wall hangings, low-backed tables, lounge booths and lively ambience created by the theatrical open kitchen, where skilled chefs can be observed preparing Chinese and pan-Asian dishes.


5) Crockfords Restaurant in Mayfair
Crockfords, just off Park Lane near Hyde Park, is the longest established private members gaming club in the world, dating back to the 19th century. It was originally created for aristocracy, politicians, visiting dignitaries and the wealthy playmakers of olde England. The decor, therefore, is very opulent, and the level of service offered to gaming guests is top class. The worldly range of cuisines on offer at the restaurant is pleasingly satisfactory and anyone with a penchant for Italian food in particular will have an enjoyable evening. The wine cellar is nothing short of epic too.

Date Posted: 01 Jul 11
Posted By: Christian Rose-Day
Keywords: Looking to bet big tonight at the casino? Heading into London's West End or Mayfair to find some action? Hoping to find a delicious restaurant whilst you're there?

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