Inside what was once the mansion of tobacco merchant George Buchanan, the Corinthian has an ostentatiously elegant restaurant where you can dine under a 26-foot-high glass dome as classical statues stare in your direction. The menu offers a good selection of seafood and steaks from the standard to the enormous. The gloomy basement, once a criminal court, now houses a beer and champagne bar. Among the other on-site drinking establishments is the Prohibition Bar, which uses teacups rather than glasses. You can also enjoy afternoon tea in an elegant dining room.
Sep 25, 2013
.....service is appalling and food very average. After you have got past the bling of the attached casino, the dining room is incredible - worth a look even if you are not eating (and this is actually the best advice). Trying to get served is an art I did not perfect during dinner. When I finally got a order in, the food arrived before water and wine. The food itself is fine and the market menu good value, but boy is it salty. You will be drinking
pints of water all night.