Culinary Week at the Casino de Monte-Carlo 

The Casino de Monte-Carlo’s two restaurants are laying on special new menus for Société des Bains de Mer’s Culinary Week. Here’s what to expect. 

Every day until Monday 19th June, Culinary Week is being celebrated in a number of SBM’s top establishments, from Le Limùn in the Hotel Hermitage, with its honey-infused menu, to Le Train Bleu and the Salon Rose within the confines of the Casino.  

Le Train Bleu is departing on a journey through the best cucina Italy has to offer, and front and centre of Chef Richard Rubbini’s Italia-inspired menu is the trumpet courgette, a “true treasure of Mediterranean cuisine”.  

This restaurant offers the unique experience of dining in a faithfully reproduced train carriage, with everything from traditional wood finishing to a Belle Époque décor.  

The interior of Le Train Bleu is decked out just like a train carriage from years gone by. Photo credit: Jahan De Lestang Guillaume

All week, guests at this fascinating place will enjoy the heirloom tromboncino alongside other greats from the Mediterranean region, such as wild-caught fish and langoustines with classic produce like cepes, artichokes and aubergines.  

Over at the Salon Rose, Rubbini has switched up the menu to showcase his flair for fusion. Think miso salmon and tuna tartare with fresh figs for a delectable marriage of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine.  

The Salon Rose is open every day for lunch and dinner, with a pause in service between 6pm and 7pm. It remains open until midnight. Meanwhile, Le Train Bleu is open Thursday through to Sunday from 7pm until 2am. 

Both are found inside the Casino and guests are therefore subject to an ID check and the same smart attire requirements before entry is permitted. If you spend more than €40 at either eatery, the cost of entrance to the Casino is reimbursed. 

For more information about SBM’s Culinary Week, please click here


Main photo credit: Anthony Lanneretonne