THE accolades keep stacking up for the award-winning Alea Glasgow, recognised as Scotland’s biggest gaming venue.
Fresh from being named the best casino in Scotland for the second year in a row at the prestigious Scottish Entertainment Guide Awards, Red Leaf restaurant at Alea has gained a coveted TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the exceptional feedback earned from diners at Red Leaf over the past year.
Paul Rety, director at Alea, said: “I’m delighted to secure this Certificate of Excellence which is awarded to businesses that rank in the top ten per cent worldwide for traveller feedback.
“There’s nothing better than positive customer feedback and, as this certificate shows, diners can count on an exceptional dining experience at Red Leaf. Congratulations are due to our head chef Jamie Walker and all members of his team who work hard to serve up excellence on a plate.”
With a kitchen brigade run by Scots-born chef, Jamie Walker, formerly of the Dorchester Hotel and Mosimann’s in London, Red Leaf features stunning views of such famous Glasgow landmarks as the Armadillo and the ‘Squinty Bridge’.
The best of Scotland’s seasonal larder is always on the menu at Red Leaf where Walker creates innovative dishes from the freshest local produce.
Red Leaf’s exclusive private dining room comfortably seats up to 20 guests and has a private balcony over the river. It is open daily from 5.30pm until midnight. To make a reservation call 0141 530 6129.
With show-stopping live entertainment, a luxurious casino, gaming floor and three cool bars, Alea casino has a package to suit everyone and every budget.
It boasts 16 gaming tables including Punto Banco, Roulette, Blackjack and 3 card poker, as well as daily poker tournaments and cash poker tables. For bookings and more information call 0141 555 6100.
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Date 11th July 2013.
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