With the explosion of poker in Asia, many tourists and locals are frequenting the Casino de Genting in Malasia.  These players will usually put in long hours and after a while, they will need something to eat to recharge.  Fortunately, players have a large variety of choices in regard to dining at Genting, and below are the best restaurants at the Casino de Genting.

The Olive

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The Olive was awarded HAPA Most Exquisite Dining Experience for Western Cuisine by Hospitality Asia from 2011 through 2013.  The setting is described as modern and arty that is both elegant yet trendy.

For those looking for contemporary tastes made with traditional ingredients, this is your place.  Wagyu Beef is The Olive’s house specialty and they have a diverse menu with signature dishes that includes Escargot in Herbed Garlic Butter Gratin and Chilean Sea Bass Mushroom Ragout.  There is also a live band from 8 pm onwards for those that love live music.

Bubbles & Bites

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If you are looking for some Italian cuisine or just want a good pizza, then Bubbles & Bites is going to be your stop.  Specializing in pizzas and pastas, this is going to be the place you want to go if you want a great Italian dinner.

New Orleans Barbeque

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If you are an American or love American food, then New Orleans Barbeque is going to be your stop.  Whether you love steak, shrimp, barbeque, or just want a traditional burger and fries, this is the place to go.  The menu isn’t totally American with some choices that includes Fish & Chips, Deep Fried Soft Shell Crap, and Roasted German Pork Knuckle.

Genting Palace Restaurant

This establishment serves Cantonese cuisine and has the capacity to serve up to 700 guests with 10 private dining rooms.  Their signature dishes include Fried Saint Louis Cut Ribs, Traditional Braises Pork Spare Rib, Roasted Suckling Pig, and more.  There is a large variety here with something to suit just about anyone.

Hou Mei Noodle Restaurant

Genting’s most popular noodle bar, the Hou Mei Noodle Restaurant is the place to go when you want some Wan Tan Noodles, Chicken Porridge, or just about any type of noodle you want.  Morning or night, you can get you noodle fix without having to worry about long lines.


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