A casino environment is themed for a beehive of activities and games. The food on offer should resonate with people as they gamble and socialize. It’s cumbersome to offer a menu that will require punters to sit down with a fork and a knife. Casinos are not limited to physical structures; there are also online casinos that provide alternative ways to enjoy gourmet food and experience.
If you’re operating on a budget but still want to offer a Casino themed food, then stick to a basic buffet. Cut costs by going for delicious but cheap finger foods without compromising taste. Best choices include French fries, fish sticks, tater tots, jalapeno poppers, cheese sticks, and chicken fingers. Spice you menu with a variety of dipping sauces and other recipes such as yellow pear spears, sliced yellow apple, and pineapple chunks.
Depending on your budget, you can choose to have a simple or elaborate dessert buffet for your casino theme. One way of cutting costs is to make desserts yourself. Use blue blueberry sugar cookies, white sugar cookies, and red strawberry cookies packed like poker chips. Decorate the buffet with fudge brownies to disguise as playing cards. Remember to fill plastic treasure chests with hard candies, caramels, and chocolates to create the treasure.
Gamblers who reap big want to celebrate big and a casino should provide them with an opportunity to splurge. Gourmet food is usually easy to find around popular casinos. On the menu, include crab-stuffed mushrooms, shrimp-stuffed celery, lobster cheese puffs, and artichoke-heart bacon bites. Include some rosemary butter rolls, bruschetta garnished with pine nuts, and honey-glazed dried apricots.
You can decide to give your casino an extreme gambling-inspired buffet. Cut honeydew, watermelon and cantaloupe pieces into card suite shapes, with finger sandwiches assuming heart or diamond suite shapes. Then platter cheese and cucumber slices like poker chips and add chocolate coins.