Exploring the dining options on offer at Grosvenor Casino on St. James Boulevard
Grosvenor Casino Newcastle is one of the go-to venues in the city centre for entertainment. Whether it’s live sport or classic casino table games, this place does most things well. What you may not be aware of is the food on offer in the lounge area.
This place surprises many of its patrons with the tasty morsels up for grabs and this article shines a spotlight on the latest menu at Grosvenor Casino Newcastle.
This venue is open 24 hours a day, although table gaming is only available between 2pm and 6am daily. For those wondering what to do in between those hours, Grosvenor Casino also has a popular online casino site that’s licensed and regulated for UK-based players. It also happens to have one of the most reputable welcome promotions for first-time players, with 150% deposit match bonuses available to those who deposit a minimum of £20.
But it’s what goes on in the kitchen of Grosvenor Casino Newcastle that we’re most interested in right now. There are various booking types you can make to dine at this venue. You can choose a standard restaurant-style experience or a more laid-back Sports Lounge experience. There are regular events staged throughout the year, with its New Year’s Eve bash a regular hit with the locals.
What can you expect to eat at Grosvenor Casino Newcastle?
Let’s start by talking about the three-course deal on offer. Sundays to Thursdays, you can get this for £26.95 and this rises to £34.95 on Fridays and Saturdays. You can pick a starter or small plate, followed by a main course and a dessert. They’ll even throw in a welcome house drink for good measure. Main courses don’t include sides like loaded fries, though.
A closer look at the small plates
Whether you’re there to watch some live sport or indulge in some of the popular table games or poker tournaments, the small plates work well for many guests here. You can get three for £15.95 or buy them individually for £6.95. The chargrilled chicken satay is a big hit with the locals, as is the panko-crusted crispy chicken strips. The latter comes with a vibrant katsu dipping sauce that really hits the spot.
The best grills on offer
The 6oz Grosvenor Hero burger is a big hit for the meat-eaters. It comes with delicious homemade coleslaw and fries. You can double-up the patty for an extra £3 too. The 7oz dry-aged sirloin steak is another winner, although you’ll need to pay a £5 supplement if you want this in the three-course deal. A choice of peppercorn and red wine sauces are also up for grabs.
Plenty of sweet treats
If you’ve got more of a sweet tooth, you’ll be pleased to know there’s a lengthy dessert menu too. From zingy orange and chocolate tarts to American-style waffles and New York vanilla cheesecake, there’s plenty of household favourites guaranteed to put smiles on faces here.
You can also opt for a scoop of Beechdean lemon or raspberry sorbet which is a cooling alternative after a meat-heavy main.
Aside from the restaurant menu, there’s also light bites you can grab 24/7 at the sports lounge, including chicken or vegan wings, chicken burgers, pizzas, sandwiches and toasted paninis too.
All in all, this place works hard to cater for a broad demographic of guests and by and large hits the spot. While it won’t win any Michelin stars, it’s fun fare that’ll put a smile on your face – win or lose at the tables!
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