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Robuchon au Dome

Where: Grand Lisboa, MacauWhen Macau surpassed Las Vegas as the world’s largest gambling market, chef Joel Robuchon upgraded his in-house restaurant at the Grand Lisboa, moving from a perch above the lobby to the 43rd floor. Now housed under a glassy dome, Grand Lisboa lives up to its three Michelin stars, from the view to the massive crystal chandelier to exquisite dishes, such as the caramelized quail stuffed with foie gras and black truffle mashed potatoes.

Where to Eat with the High-Rollers: World's Best Casino Restaurants

Yahoo TravelAugust 18, 2014

By Kathleen Squires

Big jackpots, glitzy shows, and massive nightclubs are all reasons to visit casinos, but if you’re skipping the upscale restaurants, then you’re truly missing out. Thankfully, experiencing fine dining in a casino is no longer a long shot, as many gambling spots have attracted the culinary talents of some of the world’s most respected chefs. From the historic glamour of Monte Carlo to the modern glitz of Las Vegas, here are the best restaurants for pulling out the stops to celebrate a big win.

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