Le Train bleu

Le Train bleu

A chic dinner in the restaurant car at the Casino de Monte-Carlo

Open from Thursday to Sunday
From 7pm to 2am

A chic dinner in the restaurant car at the Casino de Monte-Carlo

  • Accessible to PMR
  • Pets Not Allowed

At the Train Bleu, guests can savour the sun-kissed flavours of Italy in an exquisite Belle Époque setting inside the Casino de Monte-Carlo itself... Overlooking the Place du Casino, it is an invitation to take a culinary voyage from the heart of the Principality.


A gourmet take on fine Italian cuisine... Wild fish, langoustines, lobster, whole fish: seafoods of all kinds are married expertly with seasonal produce, from artichokes to cepes and aubergines... The menu will delight the most discerning of palates, and each dish is served with passion. Our sommelier will propose original selections of the finest wines to accompany the creations of Chef Richard Rubbini, for a unique and refined dining experience.


To the rhythm of the casino... The Train Bleu is open for dinner and welcomes guests until the Casino de Monte-Carlo closes.  While players appreciate the opportunity to take a quiet break from the tables, the Train Bleu is the ideal choice for anyone looking to complement their evening with a delicious, elegant dining experience.


Monaco’s best-kept secret... Back in the early 1900s, the only way to reach the Principality was by rail. The Train Bleu is a faithful reproduction of a restaurant car, an elegant homage to that golden age. Everything, from the paintwork to the colours and wood finishings, harks back to the magnificence of the Belle Époque passenger trains. Here, only the view remains timeless, the Place du Casino remains a resplendent sight for the passengers.



If you make a reservation with Le Train Bleu in advance: no entry fee.

If no reservation is made: From €40 per person in the Train Bleu, get €10 off with the Casino Royal offer.


Access to the Train Bleu is subject to the Casino de Monte-Carlo entrance conditions:

  • Presentation of an identity document or passport with a valid photo ID.
  • Access prohibited to minors and people prohibited from gambling.
  • Correct dress is required
Head Chef, Richard Rubbini

Richard Rubbini has put all his talent and all his love of cooking into serving the customers of Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer. Today, the Chef is taking over the reins of the kitchens at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, at the restaurants Le Salon Rose and Le Train Bleu.

The opportunity to talk to him about this new adventure, his philosophy in the kitchen and his brilliant career.