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Every type of casino enthusiast is very well catered for here. Purists can sit down to play traditional games such as Blackjack, Roulette and poker, whilst those who prefer a more aggressive pace – and the chance to win a fortune just as fast – have a great range of jackpot slots and video casino games to choose from. If you are new to casino gaming then you can pick up a free How to Play leaflet or consult one of the How to Play touchscreen systems. Of course, you can also obtain any help or advice you need from a member of staff, who will be more than happy to offer assistance.
Visitors with a passion for good food can make use of the in-house restaurant, which serves everything from light snacks to sumptuous three-course meals. The fact that this is a 24-hour casino is reflected in the extensive menu (and accompanying wine list), with a full English breakfast at one extreme and Lobster Thermidor at the other. No matter what time it is when the hunger pangs strike, you need never ignore them when visiting the Gloucester!
If you don’t fancy a meal but would like to take a break from the gaming action, you can enjoy a quiet drink in the bar. This is situated in a handy location that overlooks the gaming floor, which means you can keep an eye on how players are faring even when you are relaxing with a glass of something nice in your hand.
With full disabled access, expert dealers, elegant surroundings and a great range of games – not to mention the equally impressive bar and restaurant – the Gloucester Casino in London is a real credit to the Grosvenor Casino chain.